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Mar 27 / Eugene B

Transit Options For WrestleMania Weekend

“Professional” wrestling’s biggest event in the world comes to Silicon Valley this weekend. World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) will have WrestleMania 31 take place at 4pm at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara – with stadium gates opening at 1:30pm. The day before WrestleMania, at SAP Center at 4pm, the WWE will have its Hall of Fame Ceremony at SAP Center in downtown San Jose.

On Monday, March 30 – the night after WrestleMania – WWE will have its “RAW” event at SAP Center in San Jose, also starting at 4:30pm.

This page provides Caltrain & Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) bus and light rail options to help you beat traffic gridlock to and from it all.

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Mar 19 / Eugene B

Next Group Meeting This Thursday

Learn how YOU can make VTA buses & light rail more reliable & efficient at our group meeting. Current agenda for our meeting on Thursday, March 26:

  • Discussion of VTA’s proposed service increases for the next two years and things we need to see VTA bus/light rail service improvements throughout Santa Clara County
  • How to proceed further with the possibility of having dedicated bu lanes along El Camino Real between Palo Alto and Santa Clara
  • Uniting with other citizen and labor groups that have recently formed around transportation concerns in Silicon Valley

Here are VTA bus, light rail, bicycle and automobile directions to get to the San Jose Peace and Justice Center.

Please bring a pencil and paper with you for note taking, and be ready to discuss these issues. We will also accept what else YOU have to say and contribute to making VTA better for everyone.

ALL ARE WELCOME! See you on Thursday, March 26.

Eugene Bradley
Founder, Silicon Valley Transit Users

Feb 28 / Eugene B

Fighting For Better On Many Fronts

Last week featured a lot of meetings, mishaps, and calls for action in the quest to improve public transit in Silicon Valley. All in a quest to make Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) buses and light rail a more viable alternative to driving. From community meetings in the Alum Rock section of San Jose, to a city council meeting in Sunnyvale, to our own group meeting in San Jose, here are details on what happened last week as “catch-up” material.

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Feb 22 / Eugene B

Oops, VTA FAIL Again at Levi’s

Crowds waited for as long as 2 hours for VTA light rail trains after last night's Stadium Series game in Santa Clara. Source:

Crowds waited as long as 2 hours for VTA light rail after last night’s Stadium Series game. Source: @techiewinmom

Last night, transit in the South Bay proved it still has much work to do to handle large event crowds. After last night’s Stadium Series hockey game between the Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks at Levi’s Stadium, we received reports that many fans had trouble getting home on Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) light rail after the game.

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Feb 21 / Eugene B

Outdoor Hockey Night in Silicon Valley


Sharks fans head to Levi’s Stadium for this evening’s outdoor hockey game vs. the LA Kings. Source: @ThinkBiggerSJ

There’s a San Jose Sharks-L.A. Kings outdoor hockey game tonight Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara at 7pm. Expect overcrowding on Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) light rail system-wide, as hockey fans travel to and from Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara.

Note some of the other transit options like Caltrain linking with VTA buses and light rail in Mountain View to take hockey fans to and from this special game. Note some of the other transit options to and from tonight’s game as well.

Had a good or bad experience on VTA tonight for the game or any other game? Bring that issue up to VTA Customer Service and management thru these steps.

We’ll be monitoring the transit service before, during, and after the game via @svtransitusers on Twitter.

The latest transit updates tonight – and any time – are available via @svtransitupdts on Twitter.

Stay safe when riding the buses and trains tonight.

Eugene Bradley
Founder, Silicon Valley Transit Users