Projects

Phase I of VTA’s BART Silicon Valley is the first 10 miles of the extension of BART into Santa Clara County. It includes new BART stations at the Berryessa Transit Center and the Milpitas Transit Center.
To address existing noise concerns on State Route (SR) 85, VTA is working with cities along SR 85 and Caltrans to study, test, and implement noise reduction treatments through a three-phase process...
Background The Eastridge to BART Regional Connector Project (EBRC) extends light rail from the existing Alum Rock Light Rail Station to the Eastridge Transit Center with an elevated guideway primarily...
The largest single public infrastructure project ever constructed in Santa Clara County, VTA's BART Silicon Valley Phase II Project (Phase II) will extend BART service 6-miles from the Berryessa...
Reducing Driving from Development Projects The Equitable Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) Mitigation Program aims to reduce the amount of driving from land use developments in Santa Clara County, working...
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA), in cooperation with Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District (Midpen) and the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), proposes to...
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA), in cooperation with the City of Milpitas and the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), proposes to modify westbound Calaveras...
When bus stops are too close together, the speed of a transit trip decreases. The Bus Stop Balancing project is just one part of VTA’s Fast Transit Program, which aims to create speed improvements for faster, more reliable transit.
Thank you for all of your input! Thank you to all our riders who spoke with us, emailed, and called in about the 2025 Transit Service Plan. The draft plan closed for comment on July 12. We’ll be...
VTA’s Visionary Network – A Blueprint for Aspirational Transit Service in Santa Clara County What does the ultimate transit network in Santa Clara County look like to you? More frequent buses and...
VTA, as part of its Silicon Valley Express Lanes Program, has combined the SR 85 and US 101 Express Lanes projects into Phases 3 and 4. Phases 3 implemented express lanes through the US 101/SR 85...
VTA’s overarching goal is to provide transportation facilities and services that support and enhance the county’s continued success by fostering a high quality of life for Santa Clara County residents...
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA), in cooperation with the Town of Los Gatos and the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), proposes to construct improvements on State...
The Better Bus Stops program funds amenities at bus stops improving the rider experience. Launched in 2020, the program improves bus stops is funded by 2016 Measure B. Transit riders may have noticed...
Homestead Road is an important east-west roadway within Santa Clara County that connects four jurisdictions and three schools. The Homestead Road Safe Routes to School Improvements Project will...
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA), in partnership with the City of San Jose, the City of Campbell, and the County of Santa Clara, is looking at ways to improve approximately three...
Improving the Transit Experience for People with Mobility Devices and Bicyclists The Wheels on the Bus – Real Time Data project is a study that aims to enhance the transit experience for people with...
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), in cooperation with the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) and the City of San José, proposes to modify the existing I-280...
VTA's Transit-Oriented Development team creates mixed-use, mixed-income developments on VTA land through partnerships with nonprofits, private developers, and public sector agencies. VTA remains the...
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA), in cooperation with the City of San José and the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), recommends changes to the Capitol Expressway...