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Get on Board day

​National Get on Board Day

Mark your calendars for Thursday, April 25 as we celebrate National Get on Board Day, with free rides on VTA bus and light rail!

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VTA’s Commitment to Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Learn about how VTA is committing to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


Give Input on Proposed FY20 and FY21 Proposed Budget

VTA will be holding three public meetings to discuss fiscal year 2020 and 2021 proposed biennial budget.

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VTA and ATU to Meet with a Mediator

VTA and ATU Local 265 continue to negotiate for a successor labor agreement. We were moving closer to reaching our common goals; however, there are still major issues that remain unresolved so VTA and ATU will meet with a mediator over the coming days.

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VTA Working on Solutions That Move You and House You

VTA is playing a major role in the development of affordable housing in one of the costliest areas in Santa Clara County.


VTA Loves Interns

If you’re considering a career in public transportation, environmental sustainability, urban planning and a host of other professions, the deadline to apply for VTA summer internships is Friday, April 19th!

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VTA Takes Precautions After Scabies Infection Among 4 Bus Operators

We have confirmed that four operators have reported having the skin irritation, scabies. Twelve buses have been taken out of service in our North Yard Division in Mountain View. This is not impacting service at this time.

Final New Transit Service Plan

VTA Releases Final Recommendations for 2019 New Transit Service Plan

VTA has released final recommendations for the 2019 New Transit Service Plan that include seven changes.

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Learn About VTA's BART Phase II Project

Curious about which future station will be the most convenient for you? What might be built near station areas? Or when and how long construction will be for the project?

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Let's Be Clear

The article in today’s San Francisco Chronicle titled “BART Extension: It’s complicated” attempts to portray the project as delayed and that BART and VTA are “…bickering over financial details.”

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