The Oakland Streetcar could play an integral role in making a Victory Court Ballpark a reality. Like AT&T Park in San Francisco, a ballpark at Victory Court would have to make the most of limited parking resources while encouraging fans to arrive by public transit. By connecting the ballpark with existing parking structures in Downtown and Jack London Square, the Oakland Streetcar would minimize the need for new parking garages in the area. In addition, the Oakland Streetcar would enhance connectivity with BART, AC Transit, the Oakland Ferry, and greater Downtown Oakland as a whole, allowing fans to comfortably arrive by public transit, and travel to and from dining and entertainment establishments throughout the area before and after games.
AT&T Park in San Francisco has shown that urban waterfront ballparks can do wonders for revitalizing neighborhoods. A similar project at Victory Court is exactly what Jack London Square needs. A Victory Court Ballpark only strengthens the case for the Oakland Streetcar as a means of connecting the city's major retail, dining, and entertainment destinations in Jack London Square, Downtown, Uptown, Upper Broadway, and Piedmont Ave.