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.
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...
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...
Welcome to the Central Bikeway Study! We’re creating a bicycle superhighway that will provide a joyful, connected, comfortable bikeway between Santa Clara and North San José. We heard you in our Round...
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA), in cooperation with the City of San Jose and the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), proposes to reconstruct the US 101/Trimble...
The Eastridge to BART Regional Connector Project (formerly Capitol Expressway Light Rail Project, extends light rail from the existing Alum Rock Light Rail Station to the Eastridge Transit Center with...
The Gilroy Transit Center is a 7.8-acre property located at Monterey Highway and 7th Street in Gilroy, California. This property currently serves as a Park & Ride Lot for Caltrain and VTA bus...
The existing US 101/SR 25 interchange, located just south of Gilroy in Santa Clara County, is over thirty years old. It cannot accommodate traffic demands due to rapid growth in commuter, commercial...
The State Route 85 Transit Guideway Study evaluates transportation alternatives of the 23.7-mile corridor that connects the cities of Mountain View and San Jose, from the State Route 85 / US 101...
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. The site plan above is not...
The future 28th Street/Little Portugal 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. The future...
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA), in cooperation with the City of San José, and the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), proposes to modify the Blossom Hill Road...
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.
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. The site plan above is not to be...
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...
Español 广州话 Tiếng Việt 한국어 Tagalog Restoring transit service will be a gradual process and evaluating multiple transit plan scenarios will help us transition smoothly out of “COVID Service. However...
In January 2019, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) through funding from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), initiated a Community-Based Transportation Plan in...
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...
In early 2017, VTA initiated a new component of its Complete Streets Program by beginning a series of corridor studies to implement Complete Streets elements along selected roadways in Santa Clara...
VTA has partnered with a developer, UrbanCo-Tamien LLC, a partnership between CORE Development and Republic Urban, to develop 6.96 acres of property located near the Tamien VTA Light Rail and Caltrain...