Transit riders in the South Bay are in for major changes on December 28. That’s when the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) will make major changes to bus and light rail service throughout Santa Clara County. Read and learn more on how your bus and light rail service will be affected on December 28 here.
Our own Monica Mallon was interviewed for a story on ABC 7 News about the service changes. That news story aired December 26 throughout the day.
While VTA is adding service on major bus lines like the 22 and 70, they are also ending service on some bus lines like the 45 and 65. As the agency converts a limited stop bus line to a rapid bus line (323 to 523), they are eliminating the 304, 321, 328, and 330. (Some of these bus lines run along county expressways.). As VTA enables direct light rail service between Mountain View, the Great Mall, Milpitas BART stop, and Alum Rock, it will close the Almaden light rail spur. (One final group round trip between Ohlone-Chynoweth and Almaden will be on December 27 at 9:30pm.)
We’re looking for stories from you on how the VTA service changes after December 28 will affect your transit travel. Please comment below, on our Facebook page, or our Twitter feed. We will soon have tips on what YOU need to do come January 9 to start restoring transit service in Santa Clara County.
Founder, Silicon Valley Transit Users
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