VTA Light Rail Set To Resume Full Operations For First Time Since MassacreThe Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority announced Light Rail service will be fully operational starting on Saturday.
VTA Restarts Light Rail Service Along Entire Blue Line; Extends Free Rides Through End Of SeptemberThe Valley Transportation Authority announced additional light rail service would resume starting next week, as the system continues to restart operations following the deadly mass shooting earlier this year.
UPDATE: VTA Restarts Light Rail On Sunday With Limited Service Ahead Of 49ers Preseason GameThe Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority said limited light rail service will begin on Sunday, more than three months after trains were halted following the mass shooting at the rail yard.
VTA Mass Shooting: Light Rail Restart Postponed; Site May Be Demolished To Ease TraumaNearly two months after 9 Santa Clara VTA light rail employees were killed in a mass shooting, the agency has postponed the date for restarting service. The site could be remodeled or torn down so survivors never have to step foot into the buildings again.
Gun Control: San Jose City Council Set To Approve Mandatory Insurance, Annual Fees A Month After VTA ShootingThe San Jose City Council is expected to pass several gun control measures, including requirements to buy liability insurance and pay an annual fee to offset the costs of gun violence.
VTA Shooting: Additional Personnel Files On Gunman Reveal Missed Days At Work, InsubordinationFour weeks after a Valley Transportation Authority employee killed nine of his colleagues in the deadliest mass shooting in Bay Area history, the agency released more personnel files about the gunman.
San Jose Mandates Video Recording Of All Gun Purchases In Wake Of VTA ShootingIn the wake of a workplace mass shooting that claimed the lives of nine transit workers, San Jose officials have passed a new gun law that requires retailers to video record all firearm purchases.
VTA Shooting: Personnel Files Of Gunman Released; Colleague Feared He'd 'Go Postal'Valley Transportation Authority officials on Thursday released documents about the gunman who killed nine of his colleagues at the light rail yard in San Jose last month, including an account from a colleague who feared him.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo Renews Calls For Mandatory Insurance, Annual Fees For Gun Owners Following VTA ShootingIn the wake of the VTA mass shooting, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo has reintroduced his proposal for mandatory gun owners' insurance and an annual gun fee, in addition to other provisions.
UPDATE: Santa Clara County DA to Confront Homeland Security Over VTA ShootingSanta Clara County district attorney Jeff Rosen is ready to ask the United States Department of Homeland Security why the agency didn't inform local authorities about detaining and interviewing the man behind last week's mass shooting at the VTA railyard
San Jose VTA Shooting Victim Stories: Lars Kepler Lane – Friends Called Him 'Kep'On Saturday, Lars Kepler Lane would've turned 64. "Kep," as he was called, was murdered during Wednesday morning's mass shooting at the VTA rail yard where he worked for about 20 years.
San Jose Shooting: Friends, Family of Slain VTA Transit Workers Respond With Statements of Grief and LoveOn the Friday after the Bay Area’s deadliest mass shooting, victims’ co-workers, friends and family are weighing in with messages of pain and grief.
San Jose Shooting: Hundreds Gather at San Jose City Hall to Mourn Lives of VTA Shooting VictimsHundreds gathered Thursday evening outside San Jose City Hall to mourn alongside the families of the nine VTA employees who died in a mass shooting on Wednesday.
San Jose Mass Shooting: VTA Officials Memorialize Employees Killed In MassacreTeary-eyed officials from the Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) and the city of San Jose gathered in front of its headquarters Thursday morning to memorialize the nine workers killed in a mass shooting the day before.