On April 18th and 19th, 2018, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) held a COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSE at the Bascom Community Center and Farnham Elementary School to update the community on the project and solicit feedback on the emerging Vision Framework and draft design concepts for the Bascom Avenue Corridor. This project is a partnership between VTA, San Jose, Campbell and Santa Clara County. You can help make the Bascom Corridor safer & easier to use for pedest
VTA's Summer Youth Pass offers unlimited rides on VTA and light rail all summer long for a discounted price of only $60. VTA's Summer Youth Pass is the perfect way for youth to get to summer jobs, the movies, the mall, and all their favorite places. For questions about VTA services and programs, please direct interested individuals to VTA Customer Service (408) 321-2300, Customer.Service@vta.org or www.vta.org.
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The City of San Jose's Department of Transportation is partnering with the Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition, Valley Transportation Authority, San Jose State, and others to host an Energizer Station, short program, and Movers and Shakers Ride along San Fernando Street and the Guadalupe River Trail to VTA's North 1st Street Offices.
Join the fun and consider biking to work on May 10th! #Bicycles #Bikes #SiliconValleyBicycleCoalition #VTA
Gathering public input is critical to the success of all the planning efforts VTA undertakes. Thank you to those able to attend either of the two Bascom Corridor Complete Streets Study community meetings held April 18 and 19, 2018. For those that missed the meetings, there is still an opportunity to provide feedback. View the alternative designs and email your comments to email@example.com. Your feedback will be shared with the project team as they move forward with
Highway 87 is one of San Jose's most vital corridors, bringing travelers to destintations downtown, as well as to the airport, and serving as an important connector between US 101 and State Route (SR) 85. It also experiences some of the worst congestion in Santa Clara County. VTA is currently conducting a study of SR 87, with an aim to identify innovative solutions for improving traff flow during peak hours.
Please consider taking VTA's short survey to share your travel habi
Join project staff in discussing the Bascom Complete Streets Study at either of our two community forums scheduled this April 18 & 19 at 6:00 PM. Be a part process that will set the criteria used to develop the preferred alternative. More voices produce better outcomes. We heard you during our round one outreach, public meetings and the online survey. Your feedback was incorporated into the design alternatives which will be on display for your review. Community Forums: April
Commuters eager to hop on a BART train to or from San Jose will probably have to wait until fall, at least three months later than projected, BART officials said Thursday.
It’s not their fault, they said. BART will need six months of testing before beginning the new service, but the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, which is responsible for building the 10-mile extension from Warm Springs/South Fremont Station to Berryessa Station in east San Jose, hasn’t yet hand
The second phase of BART’s Silicon Valley extension will include six miles of track running from San Jose’s Berryessa neighborhood through Downtown to the City of Santa Clara. There will be a total of four stations along the route: Alum Rock, Downtown, Diridon Station, and a final stop near Santa Clara University. The locations of the Alum Rock and Santa Clara stations have already been chosen, but on Oct. 5 the VTA board will select the locations for Downtown and Diridon. Th