aerial view of future Curtner Station transit-oriented development
Survey: How to Improve Curtner Station Access

We want to improve the rider experience for customers who utilize the Curtner Station, and we need your help.

A new survey seeks to better understand how folks use the Station, and what changes they wish to see in the future. It asks questions like …

  • How do you use VTA’s Curtner Station?
  • Do you walk, ride your bike, park your car and take transit?
  • What improvements would enhance the station?
  • Is the station accessible to you?
  • Is lighting adequate?

… to name a few. Provide your input in the Curtner Station Access Study Survey by February 18. The survey is available in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese and Tagalog.

Some Background

Last fall, VTA held a community meeting providing an update on the Curtner Station Transit-Oriented Development Project. An element of the project is the Curtner Station Access Study, which launched with a few pop-up events after the community meeting was held. The in-person outreach provided an opportunity for staff to meet one-on-one with members of the community. Altogether, staff received feedback regarding traffic and safety concerns, station accessibility, and desired improvements for the station and development area.

Further Dialogue

We want to make sure we reach as many people that use and/or live nearby the Curtner Station. Your participation in this survey will help us prioritize the community and VTA customer values on proposed improvements to bicycle and pedestrian access, lighting, and signage.  

If you have any questions or comments about the Station Access Study, visit or contact VTA’s Community Outreach at (408) 321-7575/TTY (408) 321-2330, or email

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