Located between Berryessa and Mabury roads, adjacent to the San Jose Flea Market in north San Jose, the Berryessa Station is positioned near where Penitencia and Coyote creeks meet. 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.
Upper Penitencia Creek (UPC) Trail Connector
VTA with collaboration with the City of San Jose conducted a comprehensive access study for the Berryessa BART Station in 2010. The results of the study included plans for bicycle and pedestrian facilities and added connections to existing city facilities adjacent to the site. Provisions were made to connect to a future Upper Penitencia Creek trail connector within the creek corridor, assumed at the time to be constructed at a later date. Berryessa community stakeholders recently requested a segment of the trail be constructed in conjunction with BART station area construction. VTA is pursuing a joint application with the City of San Jose for grant funding to construct the trail. VTA plans to complete environmental clearance and design for the trail, administer the grant funds, and manage construction of the trail. The City of San Jose is providing a local match for the grant.
Planned Trail Improvements
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