Projects

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 six-miles from the Berryessa...
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.
VTA is Developing a New Partnership Model for Express Bus Routes This new partnership model gives companies the opportunity to sponsor one or more Express Bus route, and offset the high cost of...
When this project is complete, VTA riders will be able to board light rail at the Eastridge Station, and connect directly with BART at the Milpitas Station. To better reflect VTA’s diverse...
In 2013, the State of California passed Senate Bill (SB) 743, which mandates that jurisdictions can no longer use automobile delay – commonly measured by Level of Service (LOS) – in transportation...
A Once in a Century Opportunity VTA’s BART Silicon Valley Phase II extension through Downtown San José and Santa Clara provides an extraordinary opportunity to sustainably organize Santa Clara Valley...
The Santa Clara Countywide Bicycle Plan’s primary goal is to make it easier and safer for people to bike when traveling from one city to the next in Santa Clara County. The plan establishes a network...
The Project is located in the City of Sunnyvale from Almanor Avenue/Ahwanee Avenue to Innovation Way, including on- and off-ramp improvements at the SR 237/Mathilda Avenue and US 101/Mathilda Avenue...
Santa Clara Station, located adjacent to the Santa Clara Caltrain Station and Santa Clara University, will be the end of the line station for VTA's BART Phase II Extension. Santa Clara is located in...
The future Alum Rock/28th Street Station will be located between US-101 and 28th Street in northeast San José and bordered by St. James Street, Five Wounds Lane and 30th Street. Station features...
The Downtown San José Station will be located between Market and Third Streets, below Santa Clara Street. The concourse and boarding platforms will be underground, with multiple station entrances...
VTA’s BART Diridon Station will be located adjacent to the south side of West Santa Clara Street, between Autumn Street and the San José Diridon Caltrain Station. This station would consist of a below...
We now experience improved traffic flow, safety and access between the Interstate 280 and 880 freeways near Stevens Creek Boulevard, including modifications to the freeway-to-freeway connections and...
VTA designed and constructed a pedestrian undercrossing extension at the Santa Clara Caltrain Station to open access to the platform from both sides of the tracks. The tunnel provides easier and safer...
The Transit Passenger Environment Plan is now complete. The plan takes a fresh look at how VTA thinks about bus stops including: Detailed policies for bus stop amenities so that VTA's bus stop...
The Berryessa Transit Center is anticipated to open by the end of 2019. It includes one of two new BART stations that are part of the 10-mile Berryessa Extension. The Transit Center will promote the...
The Milpitas Transit Center is anticipated to open by the end of 2019. It includes one of two new BART stations that are part of the 10-mile Berryessa Extension. The Transit Center is at the center of...
The VTA Board of Directors has adopted a new transit service plan that will be implemented when BART service to Santa Clara County begins by the end of 2019. In 2017, VTA adopted the Next Network Plan...
State Route (SR) 237 in Santa Clara County connects I-880 and I-680 with US 101 and SR 85, providing an east and west connection between the East Bay Area and the Peninsula. SR 237 connects commuters...
The project provides for the current light rail Overhead Contact System to be rehabilitated or replaced including contact wire, steady arms, section insulators, and under-bridge supports. The...