|Phase I||Phase II|
|Transit-Oriented Development (TOD)
Corridor Strategies and Access Planning Study
With the BART Phase II TOD Corridor Strategies and Access Planning Study (the Study), VTA seeks to build upon existing transportation and land use strategies and policies, and provide advanced analysis and recommendations to inform future TOD policy adoption and implementation, including land use, development, and transportation mobility.
Working with the cities of San Jose and Santa Clara, as well as BART, the approximately 15-month study that began in February 2018, is focusing on feasible and implementable land use strategies and financing tools to maximize transit ridership and TOD at the three future BART Stations (Alum Rock/28th Street Station, Downtown San Jose Station, and Santa Clara Station) and the corridor between them. The Study will also provide specific recommendations to enhance access to the stations and TODs in and around the station corridor.
The Study is comprised of three major tasks: Background Conditions, Corridor Opportunities and Constraints, and Implementation Strategies and Tools. The resulting information and proposed strategies will be compiled into a Final Report, available in the spring of 2019.
To get involved in the upcoming TOD/Access Study Workshops, see the Upcoming Meetings page, where details are listed after the Community Working Groups (CWG) meeting information. Topics of the workshops include: What is Good TOD (April), TOD Opportunities/Constraints (September), and TOD Strategies/Guidelines (November).