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...
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...
The Santa Clara County Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) is releasing the Transit-Oriented Communities Grant to seek proposals from Santa Clara municipalities, jurisdictions, arts, cultural...
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...
A project milestone was reached on March 7, 2024, when VTA’s Board of Directors unanimously awarded the construction contract in the amount of $437,161,464 to MCM Railworks, Joint Venture, the lowest...
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) Silicon Valley Express Lanes Program deploys express lanes throughout Santa Clara County, including the initial implementations on State Route (SR...
COMMUNITY MEETING A community meeting for this project was held on Wednesday, April 3, 2024 from 6:00PM-7:00PM at the Quinlan Community Center, 10185 North Stelling Rd., Cupertino, CA 95014. A project...
Transit-Oriented Communities (TOCs) are: Walkable, safe places with a range of attainable, affordable housing choices Easily accessible to businesses, services, jobs, and institutions for everyday...
VTA's Community Outreach and Public Engagement (COPE) team is committed to sharing up-to-date project and program information with residents, businesses, stakeholders, and the general public. We...
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 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...
Santa Clara Station, adjacent to the Santa Clara Caltrain Station and the future Gateway Crossings development, will be the end of the line station for VTA’s BART Phase II Extension. Unlike the three...
The Diridon Station will be between Montgomery and Cahill Streets, on the south side of Santa Clara Street. Ticketing, fare gates, and bicycle facilities will be at street-level while the station’s...
Downtown San José Station will be on Santa Clara Street between Market and 1st Streets. Ticketing and fare gates will be at street-level while the station’s concourse and platforms will be underground...
The 28th Street/Little Portugal Station will be between US-101 and 28th Street, just north of East Santa Clara Street and behind the Five Wounds Portuguese National Parish. Passengers will be able to...
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.
The Evelyn Station Park & Ride lot is a former VTA real estate asset which was sold to the City of Mountain View in 2023. The 2.1-acre property is located along Evelyn Avenue and Pioneer Way and...
The Branham Station is a 3-acre property located at Branham Lane and Narvaez Avenue in San Jose, California. This property currently serves as a Park & Ride lot for VTA light rail passengers. This...