Staying Safe on VTASep 15 2017
At VTA, our thoughts are with those injured during the September 15, 2017 train bombing that occurred in London. We want to assure our passengers that safety and security is VTA's #1 priority.
Changes in Direct Service to SAP CenterSep 15 2017
As Sharks fans gear up for the 2017-18 hockey season, VTA service to the Shark Tank is changing.
VTA's Safety CultureSep 13 2017
As part of National Rail Safety Month, we want to take the opportunity to remind the community that everything VTA does centers around safety and we are committed to consistently maintaining the highest level of safety performance.
Call It By Its Name: Middle Class HousingSep 08 2017
Silicon Valley (Santa Clara County) is the epicenter of America’s current gold rush. Our county has the highest median income in the nation with almost 60% of our households making $75,000 per year and above.
Discontinued: Express Routes 252 and 253 Serving Levi’s StadiumSep 08 2017
VTA is no longer offering Express Routes 252 and 253 due to decreased demand.
BART Silicon Valley Extension to See Test Trains in SeptemberSep 05 2017
September is Rail Safety Month and the nearly completed VTA BART Silicon Valley Berryessa Extension (Phase I) provides a platform to drive home an important safety message: stay off the tracks!
Discontinued Sharks Train: Effective September 19, 2017, VTA will only operate regular light rail service to and from all Sharks games.
VTA Service Impacts: due to Levi's Stadium Event 9/21
Palo Alto Transit Center Re-opening 09/20/17: Palo Alto Transit Center will re-open to service on Wednesday, September 20, 2017 at 4:00 a.m.
October Service Changes: take effect on Monday, October 9th