June 25, 2021
VTA Awarded Two Prestigious Grants for Sustainability Work
This article was contributed by Transportation Planner Aiko Cuenco and Senior Environmental Planner Lani Lee Ho VTA is honored to be selected as a recipient of the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Sustainable...
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June 22, 2021
VTA Resumes Charging Fares to Vaccination Sites July 1
As Santa Clara County reaches a pivotal 80% COVID-19 vaccination rate, VTA will return to charging regular fare for all passengers beginning July 1. For the past four months, rides to any vaccination...
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June 16, 2021
US 101/SR 25 Interchange Project Draws Interest
The June 9 virtual meeting to discuss the US 101/SR 25 Phase 1 Project drew dozens of interested attendees. You can click here to read more about what's planned, and below is a review of some of the...
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June 11, 2021
Ride the road to health on the #SCVMCShuttle!
VTA, Santa Clara County, and Santa Clara Valley Medical Center are proud to present the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Shuttle! This bus takes riders between the SCVMC and San Jose Diridon transit...
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June 10, 2021
Statement from the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority Regarding the Personnel History of Samuel Cassidy
The horrific attack at VTA’s light rail yard on May 26, in which nine VTA employees were killed, prompted questions about the personnel history of the shooter, Samuel Cassidy, a 20-year VTA employee...
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June 09, 2021
Virtual Meeting Tonight on US 101/SR25 Interchange Phase 1 Project
The proposed project funded by 2016 Measure B and SB1 is the first phase of the larger US 101 Improvement Project between Monterey Road and the SR 129 project. This was last shared with the community...
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June 04, 2021
June Service Changes
A new pilot program introducing direct bus service from Diridon Station to Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC) highlights service changes that go into effect June 14th. The SCVMC Shuttle will...
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June 02, 2021
Passenger Pass-Ups are Declining with Revised Social Distance
Overshadowed by the tragic event of last Wednesday, a new social distancing protocol that went into effect to allow more passengers on VTA buses, is helping to cut down on the number of passengers...
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May 31, 2021
Light Rail Still Suspended, Substitute Bus Service to be Discontinued
The May 26 tragedy at the Guadalupe Light Rail Yard continues to affect VTA transit service. As the VTA Family grieves, attends funerals, and supports each other, we have less staff available to...
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