California Breastfeeding Laws & Regulations

Recognizing their responsibility to new parents and their babies, policy makers in California have authored legislation to remove barriers to breastfeeding and lactation. The following is a chronological list of California laws and regulations related to breastfeeding and lactation. A list of all federal laws related to breastfeeding can be found here.

Hospital Breastfeeding Consultation or Information (1995) – AB 977

Health and Safety Code Sections 123360 and 123365

123360. (a) The State Department of Public Health shall include in its public service campaign the promotion of mothers breast-feeding their infants.

123365.  (a) All general acute care hospitals, as defined in subdivision (a) of Section 1250, and all special hospitals providing maternity care, as defined in subdivision (f) of Section 1250, shall make available a breast feeding consultant or alternatively, provide information to the mother on where to receive breast feeding information.

(b)  The consultant may be a registered nurse with maternal and newborn care experience, if available.

(c)  The consultation shall be made available during the hospitalization associated with the delivery, or alternatively, the hospital shall provide information to the mother on where to receive breast feeding information.

(d)  The patient may decline this consultation or information.

Right to Breastfeed in Public (1997) – AB 157

Civil Code Section 43.3

Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a mother may breastfeed her child in any location, public or private, except the private home or residence of another, where the mother and the child are otherwise authorized to be present.

Breastfeeding at Work (1998)

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 155

“Resolved by the Assembly of the State of California, the Senate thereof concurring, That the Legislature encourages the State of California and all California employers to strongly support and encourage the practice of breastfeeding by striving to accommodate the needs of employees, and by ensuring that employees are provided with adequate facilities for breastfeeding, or the expressing of milk for their children; and be it further

Resolved, That the Legislature respectfully memorializes the Governor to declare by executive order that all State of California employees shall be provided with adequate facilities for breastfeeding, or the expressing of milk”

Human Milk (1999) – AB 532

Health and Safety Code Section 1647

1647.  The procurement, processing, distribution, or use of human milk for the purpose of human consumption shall be construed to be, and is declared to be for all purposes, the rendition of a service by each and every nonprofit organization and its employees participating therein, and shall not be construed to be, and is declared not to be, a sale of the human milk for any purpose or purposes.

Jury Duty – Breastfeeding Mothers (2000) – AB 1814

Code of Civil Procedure Section 210.5

The Judicial Council shall adopt a standardized jury summons for use, with appropriate modifications, around the state, that is understandable and has consumer appeal.  The standardized jury summons shall include a specific reference to the rules for breast-feeding mothers.

Lactation Accommodation
(2002) – AB 1025
(2020) – SB 142

Labor Code Chapter 3.8 Sections 1030-1034

1030. Every employer, including the state and any political subdivision, shall provide a reasonable amount of break time to accommodate an employee desiring to express breast milk for the employee’s infant child each time the employee has need to express milk. The break time shall, if possible, run concurrently with any break time already provided to the employee. Break time for an employee that does not run concurrently with the rest time authorized for the employee by the applicable wage order of the Industrial Welfare Commission shall be unpaid.

(Amended by Stats. 2019, Ch. 720, Sec. 1. (SB 142) Effective January 1, 2020.)

1031. (a) An employer shall provide an employee with the use of a room or other location for the employee to express milk in private. The room or location may include the place where the employee normally works if it otherwise meets the requirements of this section.

(b) A lactation room or location shall not be a bathroom and shall be in close proximity to the employee’s work area, shielded from view, and free from intrusion while the employee is expressing milk.

(c) A lactation room or location shall comply with all of the following requirements:

(1) Be safe, clean, and free of hazardous materials, as defined in Section 6382.

(2) Contain a surface to place a breast pump and personal items.

(3) Contain a place to sit.

(4) Have access to electricity or alternative devices, including, but not limited to, extension cords or charging stations, needed to operate an electric or battery-powered breast pump.

(d) The employer shall provide access to a sink with running water and a refrigerator suitable for storing milk in close proximity to the employee’s workspace. If a refrigerator cannot be provided, an employer may provide another cooling device suitable for storing milk, such as an employer-provided cooler.

(e) Where a multipurpose room is used for lactation, among other uses, the use of the room for lactation shall take precedence over the other uses, but only for the time it is in use for lactation purposes.

(f) (1) An employer in a multitenant building or multiemployer worksite may comply with this section by providing a space shared among multiple employers within the building or worksite if the employer cannot provide a lactation location within the employer’s own workspace.

(2) Employers or general contractors coordinating a multiemployer worksite shall either provide lactation accommodations or provide a safe and secure location for a subcontractor employer to provide lactation accommodations on the worksite, within two business days, upon written request of any subcontractor employer with an employee that requests an accommodation.

(g) An agricultural employer, as defined in Section 1140.4, shall be deemed to be in compliance with this section if the agricultural employer provides an employee wanting to express milk with a private, enclosed, and shaded space, including, but not limited to, an air-conditioned cab of a truck or tractor.

(h) An employer may comply with this section by designating a lactation location that is temporary, due to operational, financial, or space limitations. These temporary spaces shall not be a bathroom and shall be in close proximity to the employee’s work area, shielded from view, free from intrusion while the employee is expressing milk, and otherwise compliant with this section.

(i) An employer that employs fewer than 50 employees may be exempt from a requirement of this section if it can demonstrate that a requirement would impose an undue hardship by causing the employer significant difficulty or expense when considered in relation to the size, financial resources, nature, or structure of the employer’s business. If that employer can demonstrate that the requirement to provide an employee with the use of a room or other location, other than a bathroom, would impose such undue hardship, the employer shall make reasonable efforts to provide the employee with the use of a room or other location, other than a toilet stall, in close proximity to the employee’s work area, for the employee to express milk in private.

(Amended by Stats. 2019, Ch. 720, Sec. 2. (SB 142) Effective January 1, 2020.)

1032. An employer is not required to provide break time under this chapter if to do so would seriously disrupt the operations of the employer.

(Added by Stats. 2001, Ch. 821, Sec. 1. Effective January 1, 2002.)

1033. (a) The denial of reasonable break time or adequate space to express milk in accordance with this chapter shall be deemed a failure to comply for purposes of Section 226.7. An aggrieved employee may file a complaint under this subdivision with the Labor Commissioner pursuant to Section 98.

(b) An employer shall not discharge, or in any other manner discriminate or retaliate against, an employee for exercising or attempting to exercise any right protected under this chapter. This subdivision is not intended to limit or expand an employee’s rights pursuant to Section 98.6. An aggrieved employee may file a complaint under this subdivision with the Labor Commissioner pursuant to Section 98.7.

(c) An employee may report a violation of this chapter to the Labor Commissioner’s field enforcement unit. If, upon inspection or investigation, the Labor Commissioner determines that a violation of this chapter has occurred, the Labor Commissioner may issue a citation and may impose a civil penalty in the amount of one hundred dollars ($100) for each day that an employee is denied reasonable break time or adequate space to express milk in violation of this chapter. The procedures for issuing, contesting, and enforcing judgments for citations or civil penalties issued by the Labor Commissioner for violations of this chapter shall be the same as those set forth in Section 1197.1.

(d) Notwithstanding any other provision of this code, violations of this chapter shall not be misdemeanors under this code.

(Amended by Stats. 2019, Ch. 720, Sec. 3. (SB 142) Effective January 1, 2020.)

1034. (a) An employer shall develop and implement a policy regarding lactation accommodation that includes the following:

(1) A statement about an employee’s right to request lactation accommodation.

(2) The process by which the employee makes the request described in paragraph (1).

(3) An employer’s obligation to respond to the request described in paragraph (1) as outlined in subdivision (d).

(4) A statement about an employee’s right to file a complaint with the Labor Commissioner for any violation of a right under this chapter.

(b) The employer shall include the policy described in subdivision (a) in an employee handbook or set of policies that the employer makes available to employees.

(c) The employer shall distribute the policy described in subdivision (a) to new employees upon hiring and when an employee makes an inquiry about or requests parental leave.

(d) If an employer cannot provide break time or a location that complies with the policy described in subdivision (a), the employer shall provide a written response to the employee.

(Added by Stats. 2019, Ch. 720, Sec. 4. (SB 142) Effective January 1, 2020.)

Human Milk (2006) – SB 246

Health and Safety Code Section 1648

1648. (a) A hospital that collects, processes, stores, or distributes human milk collected from a mother exclusively for her own child shall comply with the most current standards established for the collection, processing, storage, or distribution of human milk by the Human Milk Banking Association of North America until or unless the department approves alternative standards.

(b)  A hospital shall be exempt from the requirements of Chapter 4.1 (commencing with Section 1635) for the purpose of collecting, processing, storing, or distributing human milk collected from a mother exclusively for her own child.

(c)  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no screening tests shall be required to be performed on human milk collected from a mother exclusively for her own child.

(d) The department shall assess hospital processes for collecting, processing, storing, or distributing human milk pursuant to its current practice, as required by Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 1250).

(e)  This section does not apply to any hospital that collects, processes, stores, or distributes milk from human milk banks or other outside sources.

Breastfeeding Education and Support (2007) – SB 22

Health and Safety Code Section 1257.9

1257.9. (a) (1) The department shall recommend training for general acute care hospitals, as defined in subdivision (a) of Section 1250, and special hospitals, as defined in subdivision (f) of Section 1250, that is intended to improve breast-feeding rates among mothers and infants. This recommended training should be designed for general acute care hospitals that provide maternity care and have exclusive patient breast-feeding rates in the lowest 25 percent, according to the data published yearly by the State Department of Public Health, when ranked from highest to lowest rates. The training offered shall include a minimum of eight hours of training provided to appropriate administrative and supervisory staff on hospital policies and recommendations that promote exclusive breast-feeding. Hospitals that meet the minimum criteria for exclusive breast-feeding rates prescribed in the most current Healthy People Guidelines of the United States Department of Health and Human Services shall be excluded from the training requirements recommended by this paragraph.

(2) The department shall notify the hospital director or other person in charge of a hospital to which paragraph (1) applies, that the eight-hour model training course developed pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section 123360, is available, upon request, to the hospital.

(b) The recommendations provided for in this section are advisory only. Nothing in this section shall require a hospital to comply with the training recommended by this section. Section 1290 shall not apply to this section, nor shall meeting the recommendations of this section be a condition of licensure.

Health and Safety Codes Sections 123360-123361 

123360. (a) The State Department of Public Health shall include in its public service campaign the promotion of mothers breast-feeding their infants.

(b) The department shall develop a model eight-hour training course of hospital policies and recommendations that promote exclusive breast-feeding, incorporating available materials already developed by the department, and shall specify hospital staff for whom this model training is appropriate. The department shall also provide the model training materials to hospitals, upon request.

123361. To the extent that non-United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) federal funds and private grants or donations are made available for this purpose, the State Department of Public Health shall, no later than July 1, 2008, begin expansion of the breast-feeding peer counseling program at local agency California Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) sites. Plans for the expansion of the program shall take into account local WIC agency program models that have demonstrated the greatest improvement in breast-feeding rates, including exclusive breast-feeding rates. Program expansion shall be contingent upon the availability of non-USDA federal funds and private grants or donations being made available for this purpose. Nothing in this section shall impact USDA federal funding for the WIC Supplemental Food Program or the breast-feeding peer counseling program at local agency WIC sites.

Welfare and Institutions Code 14134.55

14134.55. The department shall streamline and simplify existing Medi-Cal program procedures in order to improve access to lactation supports and breast pumps among Medi-Cal recipients.

Hospital Infant Feeding Act (2011) – SB 502

Healthy and Safety Code Section 123366

123366. (a) This section shall be known, and may be cited, as the Hospital Infant Feeding Act.

(b) For the purposes of this section, the following definitions shall apply:

(1) “Perinatal unit” means a maternity and newborn service of the hospital for the provision of care during pregnancy, labor, delivery, and postpartum and neonatal periods with appropriate staff, space, equipment, and supplies.

(2) “Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative” means the program sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) that recognizes hospitals that offer an optimal level of care for infant feeding.

(3) “Model Hospital Policy Recommendations” means the most recently updated guidelines approved and published by the State Department of Public Health entitled, “Providing Breastfeeding Support: Model Hospital Policy Recommendations.”

(c) All general acute care hospitals and special hospitals, as defined in subdivisions (a) and (f) of Section 1250, that have a perinatal unit shall have an infant-feeding policy. The infant-feeding policy shall promote breastfeeding, utilizing guidance provided by the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative or the State Department of Public Health Model Hospital Policy Recommendations. The infant-feeding policy may include guidance on formula supplementation or bottlefeeding, if preferred by the mother or when exclusive breastfeeding is contraindicated for the mother or infant.

(d) The infant-feeding policy shall be routinely communicated to perinatal unit staff, beginning with hospital orientation, and shall be clearly posted in the perinatal unit or on the hospital or health system Internet Web site.

(e) The infant-feeding policy shall apply to all infants in a perinatal unit.

(f) This section shall become operative January 1, 2014.

Unlawful Discrimination: Breastfeeding Included in Definition of Sex (2012) – AB 2386

Government Code Section 12926

(r) (1) “Sex” includes, but is not limited to, the following:
(A) Pregnancy or medical conditions related to pregnancy.
(B) Childbirth or medical conditions related to childbirth.
(C) Breastfeeding or medical conditions related to breastfeeding.

Pregnancy Regulations: Lactation included as an Related Medical Condition of Pregnancy (2012)

Pregnancy Regulations Revised
Key changes related to lactation:

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(d) A “condition related to pregnancy, childbirth, or a related medical condition,” as set forth in Government Code section 12945, means a physical or mental condition intrinsic to pregnancy or childbirth that includes, but is not limited to, lactation. Generally lactation without medical complications is not a disabling “related medical condition” requiring pregnancy disability leave, although it may require transfer to a less strenuous or hazardous position or other reasonable accommodation.

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(5) providing a reasonable amount of break time and use of a room or other location in close proximity to the employee’s work area to express breast milk in private as set forth in Labor Code section 1030, et seq.

(u) A “related medical condition” is any medically recognized physical or mental condition related to pregnancy, childbirth o recovery from pregnancy or childbirth. This term includes, but is not limited to, lactation-related medical conditions such as mastitis; gestational diabetes; pregnancy-induced hypertension; preeclampsia; post-partum depression; loss or end of pregnancy; or recovery from loss or end of pregnancy.

California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) enforces the Pregnancy Regulations, which were revised to include lactation as an “other related medical condition.” The regulations become effective on December 30, 2012.

Pregnancy Regulations

Definition Regulations

Your Rights and Obligations as a Pregnant Employee

Frequently Asked Questions

CalWORKS: Welfare-to-Work Requirements (2013) SB 252

Welfare and Institutions Code Section 11218

11218. Pursuant to Section 43.3 of the Civil Code, an applicant or recipient of aid under this chapter is entitled to breastfeed her child in any public area, or area where the mother and the child are authorized to be present, in a county welfare department or other county office.

Breastfeeding: Baby-Friendly Hospitals (2013) – SB 402

Health and Safety Code Section 123367

123367. (a) For the purposes of this section, the following definitions shall apply:

(1) “Perinatal unit” means a maternity and newborn service of the hospital for the provision of care during pregnancy, labor, delivery, and postpartum and neonatal periods with appropriate staff, space, equipment, and supplies.

(2) “Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative” means the program sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) that recognizes hospitals that offer an optimal level of care for infant feeding.

(b) All general acute care hospitals and special hospitals, as defined in subdivisions (a) and (f) of Section 1250, that have a perinatal unit shall, by January 1, 2025, adopt the “Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding,” as adopted by Baby-Friendly USA, per the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative, or an alternate process adopted by a health care service plan that includes evidenced-based policies and practices and targeted outcomes, or the Model Hospital Policy Recommendations as defined in paragraph (3) of subdivision (b) of Section 123366.

Airports: Commercial Operations: Lactation Accommodation (2014) – AB 1787

Government Code Section 50479

50479. (a) On or before January 1, 2016, the airport manager of an airport operated by a city, county, city and county, or airport district that conducts commercial operations and that has more than one million enplanements a year shall provide a room or other location at each airport terminal behind the airport security screening area for members of the public to express breast milk in private that meets both of the following conditions:

(1) Includes, at a minimum, a chair and an electrical outlet.

(2) Is located outside of the confines of a public restroom.

(b) (1) Terminal One at the San Diego International Airport is exempt from providing a room or other location behind the airport security screening area, but shall provide a secure room located in the same terminal prior to entering the security screening area that meets all of the other conditions of subdivision (a). Terminal One at the San Diego International Airport shall comply with subdivisions (a) and (d) upon construction of a new terminal or the replacement, expansion, or renovation of the existing terminal.

(2) The commuter terminal at the San Diego International Airport is exempt from this section, except that it shall comply with subdivisions (a) and (d) upon construction of a new terminal or the replacement, expansion, or renovation of the existing terminal.

(c) An airport that conducts commercial operations with less than one million enplanements a year shall comply with subdivisions (a) and (d) upon new terminal construction or the replacement, expansion, or renovation of an existing terminal.

(d) Upon construction of a new terminal or the replacement, expansion, or renovation of an existing terminal, an airport shall provide a sink in any room or other location designated to comply with this section.

(e)  As used in this section, “renovation of an existing terminal” means the repurposing of more than 25 percent of the space in the terminal.

Pupil Services: Lactation Accommodation (2015) – AB 302

Education Code Section 222  

222. (a) A school operated by a school district or a county office of education, the California School for the Deaf, the California School for the Blind, and a charter school shall provide reasonable accommodations to a lactating pupil on a school campus to express breast milk, breast-feed an infant child, or address other needs related to breast-feeding. Reasonable accommodations under this section include, but are not limited to, all of the following:

(1) Access to a private and secure room, other than a restroom, to express breast milk or breast-feed an infant child.

(2) Permission to bring onto a school campus a breast pump and any other equipment used to express breast milk.

(3) Access to a power source for a breast pump or any other equipment used to express breast milk.

(4) Access to a place to store expressed breast milk safely.

(b) A lactating pupil on a school campus shall be provided a reasonable amount of time to accommodate her need to express breast milk or breast-feed an infant child.

(c) A school specified in subdivision (a) shall provide the reasonable accommodations specified in subdivisions (a) and (b) only if there is at least one lactating pupil on the school campus.

(d) A school subject to this section may use an existing facility to meet the requirements specified in subdivision (a).

(e) A pupil shall not incur an academic penalty as a result of her use, during the schoolday, of the reasonable accommodations specified in this section, and shall be provided the opportunity to make up any work missed due to such use.

(f) (1) A complaint of noncompliance with the requirements of this section may be filed with the local educational agency under the Uniform Complaint Procedures set forth in Chapter 5.1 (commencing with Section 4600) of Division 1 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations.

(2) A local educational agency shall respond to a complaint filed pursuant to paragraph (1) in accordance with Chapter 5.1 (commencing with Section 4600) of Division 1 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations.

(3) A complainant not satisfied with the decision of a local educational agency may appeal the decision to the department pursuant to Chapter 5.1 (commencing with Section 4600) of Division 1 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations and shall receive a written decision regarding the appeal within 60 days of the department’s receipt of the appeal.

(4) If a local educational agency finds merit in a complaint, or if the Superintendent finds merit in an appeal, the local educational agency shall provide a remedy to the affected pupil.

County Jails: Infant and Toddler Breastmilk Feeding Policy (2018) – AB 2507

Penal Code Section 4002.5

 4002.5.  (a) On or before January 1, 2020, the sheriff of each county or the administrator of each county jail shall develop and implement an infant and toddler breast milk feeding policy for lactating inmates detained in or sentenced to a county jail. The policy shall be based on currently accepted best practices. The policy shall include all of the following provisions:

(1) Procedures for providing medically appropriate support and care related to the cessation of lactation or weaning.

(2) Procedures providing for human milk expression, disposal, and same-day storage for later retrieval and delivery to an infant or toddler by an approved person, at the option of the lactating inmate and with the approval of the facility administrator.

(3) Procedures for conditioning an inmate’s participation in the program upon the inmate undergoing drug screening.

(b) The infant and toddler breast milk feeding policy for lactating inmates shall be posted in all locations in the jail where medical care is provided and the provisions of the policy shall be communicated to all staff persons who interact with or oversee pregnant or lactating inmates.

(c) This section applies without regard to whether the jail is operated pursuant to a contract with a private contractor and without regard to whether the inmate has been charged with or convicted of a crime.

(Added by Stats. 2018, Ch. 944, Sec. 1. (AB 2507) Effective January 1, 2019.)

Student Services: Lactation Accommodations (2018) – AB 2785

Education Code Section 66271.9

66271.9. (a) The California Community Colleges and the California State University shall, and a satellite campus of these systems and the University of California are encouraged to, provide reasonable accommodations on their respective campuses for a lactating student to express breast milk, breast-feed an infant child, or address other needs related to breast-feeding. Reasonable accommodations under this section include, but are not limited to, all of the following:

(1) Access to a private and secure room, other than a restroom, to express breast milk or breast-feed an infant child. The room shall have a comfortable place to sit and have a table or shelf to place equipment described in paragraph (3).

(2) Permission to bring onto a college or university campus a breast pump and any other equipment used to express breast milk.

(3) Access to a power source for a breast pump or any other equipment used to express breast milk.

(b) Lactating students on a college or university campus shall be provided a reasonable amount of time to accommodate their need to express breast milk or breast-feed an infant child.

(c) A campus of the California Community Colleges or the California State University may use an existing facility to meet the requirements specified in subdivision (a).

(d) Students shall not incur an academic penalty as a result of their use of the reasonable accommodations specified in this section, and shall be provided the opportunity to make up any work missed due to such use.

(e) Upon the construction of a new campus of the California Community Colleges or the California State University, the replacement, expansion, or renovation costing five million dollars ($5,000,000) or more involving plumbing of an existing building regularly used by students, including a student center, or the construction of a new building costing five million dollars ($5,000,000) or more designed for use by students, the respective educational institution shall provide a sink in addition to the accommodations described in subdivision (a) in a room in the newly constructed campus or building, or in a room in the replaced, expanded, or renovated building. This subdivision only applies to an educational institution if the campus room currently designated for a lactating student to express breast milk or breast-feed an infant child does not have a sink.

(f) This section does not require an existing room designated for a lactating student to express breast milk or breast-feed an infant child to have a sink.

(g) The lactation accommodation shall be available to a student whenever a student is required to be present on campus.

(h) (1) A complaint of noncompliance with the requirements of this section may be filed consistent with Subchapter 5 (commencing with Section 59300) of Chapter 10 of Division 6 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations. If the complaint is found to have merit, the campus or appropriate appellate body shall provide a remedy to the affected student.

(2) A complaint of noncompliance with the requirements of this section may be filed consistent with the procedures established by the California State University for complaints by students of discrimination based on disability, gender, or other applicable characteristics, and a student shall be afforded any remedies the student is entitled to pursuant to those procedures.

(i) This section does not infringe on any right to breast-feed in public pursuant to Section 43.3 of the Civil Code or any other law.

(j) The requirements in this section shall be implemented by the California Community Colleges and the California State University, and the University of California is urged to implement the requirements in this section, no later than January 1, 2020.

(Added by Stats. 2018, Ch. 947, Sec. 2. (AB 2785) Effective January 1, 2019.)

Public Transit Stations: Lactation Rooms (2019) – AB 752

Public Utilities Chapter 3. Miscellaneous 99176

99176.(a) For purposes of this section, the following definitions apply:

(1) “Lactation room” means a room or other location open to members of the public to express breast milk in a private and secure location that meets both of the following conditions:

(A) Includes, at a minimum, a chair, an electrical outlet, and a shelf, table, or other surface other than the floor upon which equipment used to express breast milk can be placed.

(B) Is located outside of the confines of a public restroom.

(2) “Renovation” means the reconstruction of more than 25 percent of the space in the indoor area of a multimodal transit station, exclusive of train platforms, walkways, and track areas.

(3) “Multimodal transit station” means the following rail stations:

(A) Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center in the City of Anaheim.

(B) Bakersfield Station in the City of Bakersfield.

(C) Jack London Square Station in the City of Oakland.

(D) Los Angeles Union Station in the City of Los Angeles.

(E) Robert J. Cabral Station in the City of Stockton.

(F) Sacramento Valley Station in the City of Sacramento.

(G) Salesforce Transit Center in the City of San Francisco.

(H) San Jose Diridon Station in the City of San Jose.

(I) Santa Fe Depot in the City of San Diego.

(J) Santa Fe Passenger Depot in the City of Fresno.

(K) A rail station that meets all of the following criteria:

(i) The rail station supports the operation of an intercity rail service established pursuant to Article 5 (commencing with Section 14070) of Chapter 1 of Part 5 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code, or the rail station is, or is planned to be, served by California’s high-speed rail system pursuant to the Safe, Reliable High-Speed Passenger Train Bond Act for the 21st Century (Chapter 20 (commencing with Section 2704) of Division 3 of the Streets and Highways Code).

(ii) The rail station serves as a stop or transfer point between intercity rail or high-speed rail and local or regional rail or bus service.

(iii) The rail station has a publicly accessible indoor area of no less than 5,000 square feet and includes a public restroom.

(iv) The rail station has staff onsite during hours of operation.

(b) A multimodal transit station that begins construction or renovation on or after January 1, 2021, shall include a lactation room.

(Added by Stats. 2019, Ch. 616, Sec. 2. (AB 752) Effective January 1, 2020.)

 

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