VTA Light Rail Service To Resume By End of July As Workers Eased Back Into Roles Following MassacreSanta Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) light rail service will resume at the end of July, the agency said on Thursday, weeks after a disgruntled employee gunned down co-workers at a VTA light rail yard in the worst mass shooting in Bay Area history.
Legislators Push For $20 Million To Help Families of VTA Shooting Victims, Transit AgencyState and local leaders on Monday were discussing financial support that would be provided to victims' families, survivors and the VTA itself one month after the mass shooting at a San Jose railyard.
UPDATE: Who Is Samuel Cassidy, Gunman In San Jose Mass Shooting At VTA Rail Yard?The man who shot and killed eight people at a Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) light rail yard Wednesday was identified as Sam Cassidy, 57, a San Jose resident and VTA employee.
VTA Resuming Fare Collection In April; Vaccine Appointment Rides Stay FreeStarting April 1, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority will resume collecting fares unless the ride is to a vaccination site.
COVID Vaccine: VTA Chief Urges Gov. Newsom To Prioritize Vaccinations For Public Transit WorkersAn appeal to prioritize public transit workers for COVID-19 vaccinations was made Wednesday by Valley Transportation Authority General Manager and CEO Nuria Fernandez in a letter to Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Montague Expressway Closed All Weekend While VTA Crews Hoist Pedestrian Bridge Into PlaceMontague Expressway near the Great Mall in Milpitas will be closed from Friday at 7 p.m. through Monday 5 a.m. to allow a VTA-construction team to hoist a pedestrian bridge into place.
Coronavirus Update: VTA Light Rail Service Resumes Following Suspension After Operator Trainee Tested PositiveSanta Clara Valley Transportation Authority light-rail service is resuming Thursday after being suspended for two weeks because an operator trainee tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Santa Clara VTA Reducing Service As Coronavirus Sheltering Sharply Reduces RidershipWith ridership numbers down sharply amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority announced Wednesday that it is reducing service effective next week.
Coronavirus Update: VTA Reducing Service, Most Trips After 9 PM CanceledThe Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority announced Wednesday that it is reducing service effective next week.
Coronavirus Update: VTA Not Collecting Fares On Buses, Light Rail; Rear Door Entrance OnlyThe Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) is implementing changes on buses, including not collecting fares, in order to slow the spread of coronavirus, the transit agency announced Thursday. 
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