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Persons with Disabilities

The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) {42 U.S.C. Section 12101 et seq., Stats 327} protects against discrimination based on physical, cognitive, visual or perceived disabilities. Recognizing the importance and value of all people in America’s society, the ADA protects the access of all people to public services including transportation and employment opportunities....


VTA is committed to providing the senior community of Santa Clara County services that help them meet their transportation needs. VTA bus and light rail service provide access to many places of interest throughout the county, including senior centers, nutritional sites, shopping centers, places of worship, city halls, and more....


Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) is committed to promoting safety and increasing awareness of public transportation to local youths. We believe that by introducing students at an early age to the benefits of taking public transportation, they will gain an appreciation for the role public transportation plays in our community and the environment....

Eco Pass

Eco Pass is a less stressful way for Santa Clara County employees and residents to commute. Eco Passes are purchased by employers, universities, private colleges, to give their employees, students unlimited rides on VTA Bus, Light Rail and Express Bus service seven days a week. Eco Pass is deeply discounted below the standard cost of passes; making it an attractive, low-cost benefit or amenity....


Notices & Service Alerts

Last update: 05/03/2016

Cinco De Mayo Week Reroutes: As needed, between Thursday May 5th - Sunday May 8th

Reroute of Line 35: in Palo Alto due to May Fete Parade 5/7

Reroute of Lines 23 & 323: due to Hola 5K Run 5/7

Temporary Bus Stop Relocation - Santa Clara @ First Street: