The VTA, along with Caltrans, has proposed conversion of the existing carpool lanes on the Highway 237/880 interchange in Milpitas and San Jose to express lanes that would also be open to solo drivers who pay a toll for the privilege of driving in the lane.
Santa Clara’s Valley Transit Authority (VTA) is hoping to increase ridership by 25 percent and is willing to buy 20 new buses for $90,000.
Thousands of homeless people could soon qualify for transit passes to ride Santa Clara County buses and light rail trains for free.
The Diridon train station could someday become the “Grand Central Station” of Silicon Valley, serving as a major hub for CalTrain, BART, light rail and high-speed rail.
Ride a bus in Silicon Valley? Throw out your old schedule. Changes have been made to just about every route, effective Monday morning.
That area was the scene of an horrific accident several years ago, claiming the life of a toddler boy.
Taking Caltrain will cost more starting January 1st. That’s the most notable of the service changes scheduled for Bay Area transit agencies in the new year.
Riders were pleased with the changes implemented by VTA, and as KCBS’ Matt Bigler reports, that includes faster service and free WiFi.
SAN JOSE – (CBS/BCN) – The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority is making improvements to its light rail service starting Monday when customers will be able to use a new Commuter Express line and free […]