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Projects and Programs: All Transit

Eastridge to BART Regional Connector

Project Update Eastridge Transit Center Bus Stop Relocation Construction of the new transit center layout began last summer, 2013. The first phase of relocating Eastridge Loop Road in front of the Dialysis Center to behind the Dialysis Center is near ...

El Camino Real BRT Project

El Camino Real BRT Project Recieves 2013 Grand Boulevard Initiative Award  Project Update Newsletter VTA New Release: VTA’s El Camino Real BRT Project Clears Important Funding Hurdle (Sept. 4, 2013) About the Project The El Camino Real Bus Rapid Transi...

Fast Transit Program

The Fast Transit Program is an agency-wide effort to make transit faster, more reliable, and ultimately more useful for Santa Clara County travelers.

Light Rail Efficiency

Project Overview VTA's “Light Rail Efficiency Project” is advancing a series of capital improvements and service changes that were recommended in the 2010 Light Rail Improvement Plan. These changes are necessary to support anticipated growth in the cou...

Light Rail Speed and Safety Enhancements

Project Description The Speed and Safety Enhancements are part of a program identified in VTA’s Light Rail Systems Analysis and Efficiency Study (2010). This Study is developing conceptual designs and recommendations for speed and reliability improveme...

North Central County Bus Improvement Plan

Overview The North Central County Bus Improvement Plan is a study of north/south bus routes in the cities of Mountain View, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara and Cupertino.  The study is being undertaken as a companion planning effort to the three BRT projects, w...

Rapid 523 Project

The Rapid 523 Project would replace the current Limited 323 service and would create a link between the Berryessa BART Station and De Anza College while continuing to serve downtown San Jose. Proposed implementation would be fall 2017.

Vasona Light Rail Extension Project

Environmental Process VTA, in coordination with the Federal Transit Administration, has prepared a Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Report (SEIR) in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act and a Final Environmental Assessment (E...

VTA's Next Network

VTA's Next Network will be the newly designed transit system as a result of Transit Ridership Improvement Program.

Completed Projects and Programs

Mountain View Double Track


This project enables more timely connections with Caltrain service at the Mountain View Transit Center, better service for special events at Levi’s Stadium and a direct link to the future BART Station in Milpitas.

Santa Clara Pocket Track and Double Crossover


Overview The Santa Clara Pocket Track involves construction of a third track on Tasman Drive, north of the existing westbound track, between the Reamwood and Old Ironsides stations, east of Calabazas Creek and installation of a Double Crossover.

Alum Rock Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)

This project provides just over 7 miles of limited-stop rapid transit service from the Eastridge Transit Center to the Arena Station in downtown San Jose using Capitol Expressway, Alum Rock Avenue and Santa Clara Street. The Alum Rock/Santa Clara Project is the first of three proposed lines, followed by the El Camino Real BRT and Stevens Creek BRT.

Santa Clara Pedestrian Undercrossing

This project enables a through connection for pedestrians and bicyclists at the Santa Clara Caltrain/ACE/Capitol Corridor and VTA Transit Station. Riders can now access transit options from the Brokaw Road/Coleman Avenue side.

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