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Here's What You Told Us You Wanted: Monterey Corridor Community-Based Transportation Plan

VTA and City of San Jose staff will host two community meetings (May 17 & 18) to share public comments and suggestions gathered last fall on how to improve the Monterey Road Corridor.

Please join us in person May 17 or on Zoom May 18 to see the proposed designs, ask questions, and provide feedback on how to improve transportation along Monterey Road between Blossom Hill and Alma Avenue. (View the upcoming Round 2 meeting notice)

In fall 2022, the Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) along with the City of San Jose Department of Transportation (DOT) hosted two in-person community workshops, to review and collaborate on the Monterey Road Corridor Community-Based Transportation Plan (CBTP), and find out what specific challenges the communities and businesses face regarding daily travels and what they think might help solve them.

Projects in the final plan may address community concerns such as bicycle and pedestrian connectivity, public transportation amenities like new bus shelters, local roads, and street improvements, and/or the integration of new technologies with transportation.

Project webpage

In-Person Public Meeting

Wednesday, May 17, 2023, 6:30 PM

  • Register for the meeting (registration is encouraged)
  • Edenvale Branch Library – Community Room
  • 101 Branham Lane, San Jose, CA 95111
  • Spanish and Vietnamese interpreters will be available.
  • Masks are not mandatory but are encouraged inside the Library Community Room.
  • Public transportation is near Library. (Route 42, Route 68, Route 72, Route 73)
  • Bike parking is available at Library.

Virtual Public Meeting

Thursday, May 18, 2023, 6:00 PM

For more information, please contact VTA Community Outreach at (408) 321-7575, M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM, TTY for the hearing impaired (408) 321-2330.

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