Blue and Green Lines: Bus Bridge January 25-26 between Paseo de San Antonio and Children's Discovery Museum/San Fernando light rail stations – Details at https://t.co/mw52NjATYH pic.twitter.com/PXAr8aQjh1
— VTA Customer Service (@vtaservice) January 24, 2020
Due to light rail rehabilitation work in downtown San Jose this weekend, VTA will close the Convention Center light rail station to trains this weekend. Instead, for those who ride light rail to and from South San Jose, shuttle buses will be provided that serve the Paseo de San Antonio, Convention Center (at the 23 and 523 Rapid bus stop) and Children’s Discovery Museum stops.
For those of you who normally ride the Winchester line, shuttle buses will be provided to the San Fernando light rail station. Transfer there for trains to and from the Campbell area.
Note that this also means that, at San Jose Diridon light rail stop, all trains will run on a single (northbound) track. (It’s the track that runs on the side of the station itself, not the apartments across the street.)
VTA staff is expected to be on hand to assist passengers in transferring between light rail and the shuttle buses. All other buses and light rail will operate on or as close to schedule as possible.
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