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The Largest Public Works Project in VTA and Santa Clara History: BART Silicon Valley

Santa Clara County residents have expressed a desire for a regional transit connection into Silicon Valley since the late 1990s. In 2000, voters approved a 30-year, half-cent sales tax to pay for the new BART extension. Read why #infrastructurematters!

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What Could Be in the Sales Tax Measure? Join VTA's Live Stream

VTA is bringing its presentation on the potential sales tax measure for transportation on the November ballot directly to you on our YouTube channel. Tune in to ask questions and learn about what our Board will consider in early June.

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Memorial Day is a Time to Reflect

Did you know there are 147 National Cemeteries in the United States?

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Summer Youth Passes: A Great Deal for Fun or Work

Young people are the next generation of commuters and it makes sense for them to get used to more environmentally-friendly transportation options now.

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Interactive Website Launched for Transit Redesign Effort

Join the online conversation about what public transit means to you!

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40 Years of Investment: Strengthening the County's Transportation Backbone

Between 1986 and 1995, while Silicon Valley was busy connecting the world electronically, VTA was building the transportation infrastructure necessary to keep employees, equipment, and products moving.

Notices & Service Alerts

Last update: 05/25/2016

VTA Memorial Day Service: will operate on a Sunday schedule.

Reroutes of Lines 22, 63, 64, 68, 81, 181, 522 & MST 55: due to Color Run 5/28

Reroute of Lines 34, 35 & 52: due to construction at Mountain View Transit Center roadway through 5/27

Sharks Playoff Games: Light Rail Times​

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