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Affordable Housing Coming to Berryessa/North San Jose Transit Center

Imagine being able to leave home in the morning and take a short walk to the Berryessa/North San Jose Transit Center…to hop on BART up to the East Bay or San Francisco or grab one of the buses running every 10 to 15 minutes to downtown San Jose and points beyond.

VTA is working to make that possible by engaging with developers to build affordable housing near the Transit Center. You can take part in a public meeting to learn more about this Transit Oriented Development project in a virtual community meeting, Thursday, September 29 at 6 p.m. 

Meet the Affirmed Housing developer team, learn more about the proposed affordable housing development, provide input on the developer’s proposal, discuss station access, and station area enhancements at the Berryessa/North San Jose Transit Center. Your feedback can help shape the project!

The proposed development consists of a 3.3 -acre site adjacent to the Berryessa BART Station, located on Mabury Road and Berryessa Station Way.

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Register for the meeting on Eventbrite or join directly on Zoom:

Meeting ID: 869 7557 5084

Passcode: 286178

VTA is partnering with the Santa Clara County Office of Supportive Housing, which administers the 2016 Measure A Affordable Housing Bond.

To learn more about the Berryessa/North San Jose TOD project or sign up for updates, visit

For questions about VTA’s TOD projects, contact VTA Community Outreach at (408) 321-7575/TTY (408) 321-2330, or email

VTA project staff are also available to share information at your next neighborhood association, community group or HOA meeting. 

About Transit-Oriented Development

Creating vibrant, walkable, shoppable, and affordable communities near transit are among the objectives of VTA’s TOD Program.  Working with municipal and private partners, VTA is encouraging the development of housing, retail, and employment centers on VTA properties located throughout Santa Clara County to increase transit ridership and foster vibrant communities.

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