Please continue to patronize the following businesses at Berryessa Plaza and North Valley Plaza located off of Berryessa Rd. and Lundy Ave. as they will be open during construction:
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Berryessa/North San José Station: Fall 2016 Update
Major construction activities continue at the site of the future Berryessa/North San José BART Station. Site preparation, which involved the relocation of underground utilities and the demolition of former office buildings is completed. Upper Penitencia Creek, adjacent to where the station campus will be located, has been rerouted and restored to a more natural setting. The environmental project fulfills environmental and ecological mitigation requirements associated with the VTA's BART Silicon Valley Extension Project. The construction of the Berryessa Station Way vehicular bridge, which spans Upper Penitencia Creek, is complete. When the new BART station is opened, the new bridge will connect Berryessa Road with the station campus. The elevated track structure has been completed above Berryessa Road, Mabury Road, and within the station area. Construction of the 1,200-space parking garage is also complete. Construction of the station will continue through 2018.
Upper Penitencia Creek (UPC) Trail Connector
VTA partnered with the City of San Jose to construct a segment of the Upper Penitencia Creek Trail in conjunction with VTA’s BART Silicon Valley Berryessa Extension Project. The grant funded joint project between the City and VTA expanded the city’s trail network and provides bike and pedestrian access to the Berryessa/North San José BART Station. A new traffic signal and crosswalks have been installed at the intersection of King Road and Salamoni Court to provide a safe crossing of King Road.
The Upper Penitencia Creek Trail Connector has been constructed alongside the Berryessa/North San José BART Station campus, and will be open to the public with the station opening. The trail, part of the City of San Jose and County of Santa Clara’s trail master plans, will connect to the planned Coyote Creek trail.