Projects

The Milpitas Transit Center is a VTA real estate asset with a 1.7-acre parcel available for future development. It is located in the southern portion of the City of Milpitas, nestled along Great Mall...
A six-month pilot project developed to improve safety is being implemented on South 2nd Street between San Fernando and San Carlos Streets. VTA is installing a protective railing with bike racks...
The Cottle Station is one of VTA’s real estate assets available for future development. The property is nestled between Cottle Road, SR-85, and Hospital Parkway, adjacent to the San Jose Kaiser...
The Alder Station is a VTA real estate asset with a 3.4-acre parcel available for future Transit Oriented Development (TOD). It is located in the southern portion of the City of Milpitas, at the...
On August 29, 2019 ATU Local 265 members cast their vote on the tentative agreement reached with VTA just twenty days earlier. Out of 1,106 votes cast, 594 members voted ‘yes’ and 512 members voted...
The Santa Clara Countywide Bicycle Plan’s primary goal was 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...
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 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...
In 2016, 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 County...
In early 2016, 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...
The project will construct a new bridge overcrossing connecting Zanker Road to Skyport Drive/North 4th Street at US 101 in San Jose. Objectives The purpose of this project is to: Improve access to the...
Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA), in partnership with the City of San Jose, has initiated a study of State Route (SR) 87. Nine miles in length and serving as a connector between US...
VTA is seeking the public’s input on ways to improve the organization’s governance structure and practices to help it better serve the community. VTA Board of Directors Chair Teresa O’Neill identified...
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...
VTA Approved a New Partnership Model for Express Bus Routes On February 6, 2020, the VTA Board of Directors adopted the Express Bus Partnership Program and the service plan described below, for...
In January 2019, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) through funding from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), initiated a Community-Based Transportation Plan (CBTP) in...