Brochures and Publications
Four Decades Of Transportation Investment in Santa Clara County1976-1985 The Early Years: County Transit Growing by Leaps and Bounds
1986-1995 Strengthening the County’s Transportation Backbone
|2015 Annual Report
In a changing landscape, transportation agencies have to innovate or become irrelevant. As the lifeline for so many in Silicon Valley, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority takes people to jobs, work, school and recreation. For us, irrelevance isn’t an option. So 2015 became the year we chose to innovate and position ourselves once again as a leader in transportation. We have made great strides in 2015, and look ahead to an exciting 2016 when so many of our ideas will come to fruition. Join us for the ride.
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Driving the Economy of Silicon Valley: VTA’s Capital Program Delivers which shows how the investments being made in our transportation infrastructure are transforming communities and the lives of people not only in Silicon Valley, but also throughout California. Over the past five years, VTA projects have resulted in more than $1.6 billion in economic activity. While much of this impact and most of the jobs have occurred right here in Silicon Valley, these investments have also benefited communities and people beyond our local area.
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VTA Transportation Handbook is a reference guide that provides a basic understanding of transportation in Silicon Valley. It includes sections on the roles and responsibilities of the Valley Transportation Authority (VTA), transportation funding sources, transportation planning, and key transportation projects that will improve mobility in Silicon Valley.
Introduction to Transportation Funding is a primer for understanding the variety of federal, state and local revenue sources that fund transportation in California. It is provided to help individuals, organizations, elected officials and other policy-makers better understand the complex myriad of funding mechanisms that produce a major portion of transportation funding in the state.
VTA Combating Climate Change details legislative efforts aimed at fighting climate change. This brochure also highlights the environmental benefits of public transit for protecting the environment and VTA’s sustainability efforts focusing on providing public transportation services in an environmentally way.
|Transit Operations Performance Reports
2014 Annual Report
(July 1, 2013-June 30, 2014)
|Annual Transit Service Plan
This revised proposal was presented to the Transit Planning & Operations Committee on April 16th and the VTA Board of Directors on May 7, 2015.
VTA Take-One Newsletter is a monthly publication designed to provide customers with VTA news, rider tips and a schedule of community events. The brochure can be found on VTA buses, light rail and the Customer Service Center located in downtown San Jose.Download VTA Take-One Newsletter (pdf)
(VTA Take-One Newsletter accessible version)
Have a “Daycation” on us!Ready for a “Daycation”? Our local seniors told us they would get out and get adventurous if they knew how to navigate the public transit system. No problem! Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority offers their latest excursions called “Daycations.”
Daycation Brochure (pdf)
(Daycation Page )
Senior Mobility Guide
Guia de movilidad para adultos mayores
Every time you ride with us...
Secure Your Mobility Device
Bike & Ride on VTA buses and light rail. Learn how to make commuting easier and safer.
December 2015 2000 Measure A Semi-Annual Report.
|October 2015 VTP Highway Program Semi-Annual Report
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September 2015 Transit Capital Projects Semi-Annual Report