Vasona Light Rail Extension Project
Environmental ProcessVTA, 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 (EA) in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act. VTA encourages you to view the Final SEIR/EA document online. You may download the document in its entirety or by individual chapters.
- Vasona Corridor SEIR/EA (Full Document)
- Cover, Table of Contents, Executive Summary
- Chapter 1 - Introduction
- Chapter 2 - Proposed Action
- Chapter 3 - Consistency with Adopted Plans and Policies
- Chapter 4 - Environmental Settings, Impacts and Mitigation
- Chapter 5 - Section 4(f) Evaluation
- Chapter 6 - Cumulative Impacts
- Chapter 7 - Significant Unavoidable Impacts
- Chapter 8 - Scoping and Coordination
- Chapter 9 - Responses to comments
- Chapter 10 - List of preparers
- Chapter 11 - References
2000 Final Environmental Impact Statement/Report
- Fact Sheet (English) pdf
- Fact Sheet (Spanish) pdf
- Fact Sheet (Vietnamese) pdf
- Fact Sheet (Chinese) pdf
- Fact Sheet (Korean) pdf
- Fact Sheet (Tagalog) pdf
The Vasona Light Rail Project is a 1.6-mile extension of the existing Mountain View to Winchester line.
The original Vasona Corridor LRT Project was proposed to extend from downtown San Jose through the City of Campbell to the Town of Los Gatos with nine new stations and four Park & Ride lots. The first portion of the project was completed in 2005 and extended light rail to the Winchester Station in Campbell.
The 1.6-mile extension would complete the originally planned project. The extension would begin at the existing Winchester Station in Campbell and continue within the VTA right-of-way to Los Gatos. The project would be implemented in two phases based on funding and projected ridership.
Construction of a double set of light rail tracks at the Winchester Station
Expansion of parking capacity at the Winchester Station
Construction of a new Vasona Junction Station
Construction of a Park & Ride lot and end-of-the-line facilities at the new Vasona Junction Station
Lengthening of six existing station platforms along the Vasona Corridor alignment (Winchester, Campbell, Hamilton, Bascom, Fruitdale, and Race) to accommodate longer trains)
Construction of a new Hacienda Light Rail Station with an optional Park & Ride lot
Access for Persons with Disabilities
The extension will be fully accessible in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Travel time from the Vasona Junction Station to the San Jose Convention Center Station will be approximately 22 minutes. Expected daily ridership for the two-station extension is 1,600 riders.
Project Schedule and Milestones
- Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Assessment Public Review: Winter 2012
Construction schedule is dependent upon available funding
How to reach us
For more information on the Vasona LRT Extension Project or existing bus and light rail transit services, call VTA Community Outreach at (408) 321-7575, TTY only (408) 321-2330.