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BART Stations: Berryessa

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Overview

The Berryessa BART Station is one of two stations that are part of the 10-mile Berryessa Extension, the first phase of the 16-mile BART Silicon Valley extension of the regional BART system. The station is located between Berryessa and Mabury roads, adjacent to the San Jose Flea Market in east San Jose.

Positioned near where Penitencia and Coyote creeks meet in eastern San Jose, the station will promote the area’s environment with architectural and landscaping features that evoke a notion of water flow, natural habitat and San Jose’s agricultural past.

Stations at Glance

  • 25,000 daily passengers projected in 2030
  • Approximately 60-minute trip to San Francisco
  • Trains arrive every 7.5 minutes (Berryessa Station will be served by two BART lines that operate every 15-minutes)
  • Street level concourse, above-ground boarding platform
  • Multi-story parking garage next to station
  • Convenient private shuttle and “Kiss-and-Ride” loading areas
  • Freeway access from US 101/Oakland Road and I-680/ Berryessa Road
  • VTA bus transit center with Express Bus service to Downtown San Jose
  • On-site bicycle paths and indoor bicycle storage room
What's Next  
Final design
Begin early construction activities
Track and systems construction
Station campus construction
System testing
Station opens
2011-2012
Fall 2011
2012-2016
2014-2018
2016-2018
2018

 

 

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