Major changes to your bus and light rail service in Silicon Valley are coming. On December 28, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) will make major changes to its bus and light rail service, adding new bus lines, closing down the Almaden light rail spur, and eliminating some bus lines.
Inside the Santa Clara County Supervisors’ chambers where VTA Board Of Directors’ meetings are held.
It’s transit budget time again. Thursday’s Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) Board Of Directors meeting will be where they vote to approve – or reject – their proposed budget for the 2020 and 2021 Fiscal Year (FY).
Details on what VTA proposes – and our own alternate to fund additional, much-needed bus increases in Santa Clara County – are below.
More service cuts to public transit may be coming to Silicon Valley. The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) will discuss a proposal to further reduce bus and light rail service at its first Board Of Directors’ meeting of 2019 this Thursday at 5:30pm in San Jose.
WHEN: Thursday, January 10 at 5:30pm WHERE: Auditorium at VTA Headquarters, 3331 N. First Street, San Jose GETTING THERE: Take VTA Light Rail to the River Oaks station. VTA’s headquarters is on the west (airport) side of N. First Street, in the back of the Park and Ride lot.
Tips for how to be heard at any VTA Board meeting or workshop can be mastered here.
Our group has obtained details on what the VTA Board Of Directors will discuss at Thursday evening’s meeting. Details are below.