Category: Transit Guides

Silicon Valley transit tips and guides where appropriate.

Weekend Transit Update-8/12/2011

This is your weekend transit update for events in and around Silicon Valley for August 12-14, 2011. It includes Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) bus, light rail, and Caltrain public transit options to events like the San Jose Jazz Festival, Outside Lands in San Francisco, and more.

Weekend Transit Update–7/30/2011

This is your weekend update for public transit-accessible events for the weekend of July 30, 2011. Included are bus and rail access to events like the Gilroy Garlic Festival, Bank of the West women’s tennis at Stanford this weekend. In addition, we list VTA bus and Caltrain service to the San Jose Earthquakes match vs. DC United in Santa Clara Saturday night.

Note that the next blog update will have notes from our group meeting in San Jose on July 28.

July 4 Weekend Transit Update

First, a couple of reminders: on Monday, July 4, many Silicon Valley bus & rail services will be running on a Sunday/Holiday schedule. In addition, all Caltrain fares and parking fees increase July 1.  Note that this will be the last weekend transit update before our site is converted to the new format you are viewing now.

Here is your Independence Day weekend public transit update. It has tips for Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) buses, VTA light rail and Caltrain service for events like

  • San Jose Earthquakes Soccer @ Stanford (with post-game fireworks!) Saturday night
  • San Jose SaberCats Arena Football Friday night
  • NKOTBSB (New Kids On the Block & Backstreet Boys) concert @ HP Pavilion in San Jose
  • Fireworks shows throughout Silicon Valley, including San Francisco’s BIG fireworks show

Information on public transit access to these events can be found after the jump.

Father’s Day Weekend VTA/Caltrain Update

Here’s your Father’s Day weekend transit guide for Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) and Caltrain service to Juneteenth festivities in downtown San Jose, the Bay Bridge Series between the San Francisco Giants and Oakland A’s in Oakland, and more.

Got a future transit-accessible event next weekend? Please mention it in the comments section.