How Is My Route Changing?

Find out how your service will change on December 28

Light Rail

Route Information

  • The Alum Rock-Santa Teresa light rail line is renamed to the Blue Line.
  • The Blue Line will end at Baypointe Station rather than at the Alum Rock Transit Center.
  • Riders east of Baypointe Station will be served by the new Orange Line.

Frequency Information

  • 15 minute frequency on weekdays is unchanged.
  • Weekend frequency from 15 minutes to 20 minutes.

 

Frequency Diagram showing Weekday, Saturday and Sunday frequency for the Blue Line in VTA's 2019 New Transit Service Plan

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

 

Map

 

Map of Blue Line in 2019 New Transit Service Plan

Route Information

  • The Mountain View-Winchester line is renamed to the Green Line.
  • The Green Line is shortened to end at Old Ironsides Station instead of Downtown Mtn View.
  • Riders west of Old Ironsides Station on will be served by the new Orange Line.

Frequency Information

  • 15 minute frequency on weekdays is unchanged.
  • Weekend frequency improved to 20 minute frequency.
Frequency chart showing the frequency on Weekdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 15 and 20 minutes

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map 

Map showing Green Line in the New Transit Service Plan running between Winchester and Old Ironsides stations

Route Information

  • The new Orange Line will connect Downtown Mountain View with the new Milpitas Transit Center and Alum Rock Transit Center

Frequency Information

  • 15 minute frequency on weekdays
  • 20 minute frequency on weekends
Frequency diagram showing the frequency of the Orange Line as 15 minutes on weekdays and 20 minutes on weekends and nights

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

 

Map

Frequency diagram showing the Orange Line frequency as 15 minutes on weekdays and 20 minutes on weekends

 

The Almaden Spur from Ohlone/Chynoweth Station to Almaden Station has been replaced by Route 64A.

See Route 64A for details.

Rapid

Route Information

  • The new Rapid 500 connects Diridon Station and Downtown San Jose
  • It will connect to the Berryessa Transit Center when BART service starts
  • Replaces DASH Shuttle

Frequency Information

  • 15 minute frequency on weekdays
  • 20 minute frequency on weekends
  • Riders can also take Rapid 523 between Berryessa Transit Center and Downtown San Jose
Frequency diagram for Rapid 500 showing less than 15 minute frequencies on weekdays, 20-minute frequencies on weekends, and 15 to 60-minute frequencies early mornings and evenings

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

 

Route Information

Frequency Information

  • 12 minute service on weekdays
  • 15 minute service on weekends

Map

Route 522 map

 

Route Information

  • Rapid 523 is an upgrade of the Limited 323 Route
  • Extended on western end to Lockheed Martin Transit Center
  • Extended on eastern end to new Berryessa Transit Center
  • No service north of Sunnyvale Caltrain Station after 8:00 PM on Saturdays, 6:30 PM on Sundays

Frequency Information

  • 15-minute frequency on weekdays and weekends
  • 20-minute frequency in early morning and late evening
Rapid 523 frequency diagram showing 15-minute service during the day every day and 20-minute frequencies during evenings

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map 

Rapid 523 map

 

The DASH Shuttle is discontinued.

The new Rapid 500 is an alternative.

Route 10 has been combined with Route 60.

See Route 60 for details.

Route 12 is discontinued. 

Route 61 and Route 77 may be alternatives.

Route 13 has been renamed Route 83.

See Route 83 for details.

Route 14 is discontinued.

See Route 84/85 for alternate options.

Route 16 is renamed Route 87.

See Route 87 for details.

Route 17 is discontinued.

See Route 84/85 for alternate options.

Route 18 is renamed Route 86.

See Route 86 for details.

Route 19 is discontinued.

See Route 84/85 for alternate options.

Route Information

  • Route 20 is a new service connecting Downtown Sunnyvale, northern Santa Clara, Mission College, and the new Milpitas Transit Center

Frequency Information

  • 15 minute frequency during weekday peak periods
  • 30 minute frequency during weekday middays
Frequency Diagram showing Route 20 running on weekdays only, every 15 minutes during peak period and every 30 minutes at other times

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map 

Map of Route 20

 

Route Information

  • The new Route 21 combines Routes 32, 34 and 35
  • On Sundays, Route 21 operates between Stanford Shopping Center and Downtown Mountain View only.

Frequency Information

  • 30 minute frequency on weekdays
  • 40-45 minute frequency on Saturdays
  • 60 minute frequency on Sundays
Diagram showing Route 20 frequency

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

Route 21 schematic map

 

Route Information

  • No changes are proposed for Route 22
  • Service will operate 24-hours a day.

Frequency Information

  • 15 minute frequency for most of the day
Route 22 frequency diagram showing 15 minute frequency most of the day

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map 

Map of Route 22

 

Route Information

  • Route 23 no longer travels to Valley Fair Transit Center, instead staying on Stevens Creek

Frequency Information

  • Frequency decreased to 15 minutes on weekdays

 

Diagram of frequency for Route 23 showing 15-minute frequencies all day and 20 to 60-minute frequencies in the evenings

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

Route 23 map

 

Route Information

  • Route 25 will have a small routing change near De Anza College
  • The portion of the route west of Valley Medical Center operates at half the frequency of eastern portion of the route.

Frequency Information

  • Weekday frequency changes from 10 minutes to 12 minutes.
  • Sunday frequency changes from 20 minutes to 15 minutes.
  • The frequency diagram below is for the portion of the route between Valley Medical Center and Alum Rock Transit Center.

 

Frequency diagram for route 25 showing 12 minutes all day weekdays, 15 minutes on weekend days, and 20 to 60-minutes in the evenings

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map 

Route 25 map

 

Route Information

  • Old Route 26, which connected the Lockheed Martin Transit Center, Westgate Area and Eastridge is broken into two routes: Route 26 and Route 56.
  • New Route 26 connects West Valley College, Westgate Area and Eastridge.
  • New Route 56 connects Lockheed Martin Transit Center with Westgate and Tamien Station.

Frequency Information

  • Weekday frequency upgraded to 15 minutes
  • Weekend frequency upgraded to 20 minutes
  • The frequency diagram below is for the por􀆟 on of Route 26 between Westgate and Eastridge. The portion between Westgate and West Valley College operates at 30 minute frequency on weekdays only.
Route 26 frequency diagram showing 15 minutes on weekdays and 20 minutes weekends and evenings

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

Route 26 map

 

Route Information

  • Route 27 is extended on the western end to serve Downtown Los Gatos and the Winchester Transit Center.

Frequency Information

  • Weekday frequency upgraded to 30 minutes all day.
  • Saturday frequency upgraded from 60 minutes to 40-45 minutes.

 

Route 27 frequency diagram showing 30-minute frequencies on weekdays and 40 to 60-minute frequencies on weekends

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map 

Route 27 map

 

Route Information

  • Route 31 no longer travels along Capitol <> King <> Rigoletto, instead traveling directly from Aborn to Eastridge along Capitol Expressway.

Frequency Information

  • Route 31 no longer operates on Sunday.
Route 31 frequency diagram showing 30-minute frequencies on weekdays, 60-minute frequencies on Saturdays

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map 

Route 31 map

 

Route 32 is now part of Route 21.

See Route 21 for details.

Route 34 is now part of Route 21.

See Route 21 for details.

Route 35 is now part of Route 21.

See Route 21 for details.

Route Information

Frequency Information

  • Frequency changes from 30 minutes on weekdays to 60 minutes.

 

Route 37 frequency diagram showing 60-minute frequencies on weekdays

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

Route 37 map

 

Route Information

Frequency Information

  • Weekday peak-period frequency changes from 30 to 60 minutes.

 

Route 39 frequency diagram showing 60-minute frequencies on every day of service

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

Route 39 map

 

Route Information

  • Route 40 extended to end at the Mountain View Transit Center rather than Shoreline and La Avenida.

Frequency Information

  • Sunday frequency upgraded from 60 minutes to 40-45 minutes.

 

Route 40 frequency diagram showing 30-minute frequencies on weekdays and 40 45-minute frequencies weekday evenings and weekends

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

Route 40 maps

 

Route Information

  • Route 42 is rerouted to serve Hellyer on east side of US 101 instead of staying on west side along Monterey Highway.

Frequency Information

  • Frequency decreased to 60 minutes on weekdays
  • Saturday service discontinued

 

Route 42 frequency diagram showing 60-minute frequencies on weekdays and no service on weekends

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

Route 42 map

 

Route Information

  • Route 44 and Route 47 make a two-way loop that starts and ends at the new Milpitas Transit Center.
  • Buses traveling clockwise leave Milpitas Transit Center as Route 44 and return as Route 47.
  • Buses traveling counter-clockwise leave Milpitas Transit Center as Route 47 and return as Route 44.

Frequency Information

  • 30 minute frequency on weekdays
  • 40-45 minute frequency on Saturdays
  • 60 minute frequency on Sundays
Frequency diagram for routes 44 and 47 showing 30-minute frequency on weekdays, 40-45-minute frequencies on Saturdays, and 60-minute frequencies on Sundays

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map 

Routes 44 & 47 page

 

Route 45 is discontinued.

Route 71 may be an alternative.

Route 46 is discontinued.

See Routes 44 & 47 for details.

Route 47 is now a two-way loop with Route 44.

See Routes 44 & 47 for details.

Route 48 is now part of Route 27.

See Route 27 for details.

Route 49 is discontinued.

Route 27 may be an alternative.

Route Information

  • Route 51 is a combination of parts of old Route 81 and old Route 53.
  • An extra school-oriented bus to St. Francis High School in afternoons is discontinued
  • New peak-hour service along Homestead Road to serve Cupertino Middle School and Homestead High School (51H)

Frequency Information

  • 30 minute frequency during weekday peak periods
  • 60 minute frequency during weekday middays
Route 51 frequency diagram showing 30 to 60-minute frequencies on weekdays

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

route 51 map

 

Route Information

Frequency Information

  • 30 minute service during weekdays
  • 60 minute service during weekday evenings
Frequency diagram for route 52 showing 30-minute frequencies weekdays and 60-minute frequencies weekday nights.

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

route 52 map

 

Route Information

  • Route 53 will change on southern end to travel along Homestead to the Santa Clara Caltrain Station instead of traveling to West Valley College.

Frequency Information

  • Frequency increase from 60 minutes on weekdays to 30 minutes on weekdays
  • No weekend service
Frequency diagram for route 53 showing 30-minutes on weekdays

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

route 53 map

 

Route 54 is discontinued.

Routes 53, 55 and Rapid 523 may be alternatives.

Route Information

  • Route 55 will change to stay on Sunnyvale Avenue rather than Fair Oaks
  • Routing change in Lakewood Village to travel on Meadowlake instead of Hiddenlake
  • Route 55X, which provided a more direct connection from Fremont High School to North Sunnyvale is discontinued

Frequency Information

  • 30 minute frequency on weekdays and weekends
Frequency diagram showing route 55 frequency as 30-minutes every day and 60-minutes in the evenings

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

Map of route 55

 

Route Information

  • Route 56 is a new route that covers parts of old Routes 26 and 82.

Frequency Information

  • 30 minute frequency
Frequency diagram for route 56 showing 30-minute frequencies all day weekdays and weekends, and 60-minutes in the evenings

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

Map of route 56

 

Route Information

Frequency Information

  • Frequency increase to 15 minutes on weekdays, 20 minutes on Saturdays
Frequency diagram for Route 57 showing 15-minutes on weekdays, 20-minutes on weekends, and 20 to 60-minutes in the evenings

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map 

Route 57 map

 

Route 58 is discontinued.

Routes 20, 26, 57 and 59 may be alternatives.

Route Information

  • New Route 59 covers part of old Route 60 and old Route 23
  • On weekdays, route travels from Baypointe to Valley Fair
  • On weekends, route travels from Baypointe to Santa Clara Transit Center

Frequency Information

  • 30 minute frequency on weekdays
  • 60 minute frequency on weekends
route 59 frequency diagram showing 30-minute frequencies on weekdays, 60-minute frequencies weekends and weekday evenings

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

Map of route 59

 

Route Information

  • Route 60 will be rerouted to connect Santa Clara Caltrain Station, Mineta San Jose Airport and the new Milpitas Transit Center, replacing Route 10.
  • The old routing north of Santa Clara Caltrain Station is picked up by new Route 59.
  • Boardings at San Jose Airport are free

Frequency Information

  • Upgrade to all-day 15-minute service on weekdays
  • Upgrade to 20-minute service on weekends
route 60 frequency diagram showing 15-minute frequencies on weekdays, 20 minute frequencies on weekends, and 20 to 30-minute frequencies early mornings and evenings

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

route 60 map

 

Route Information

  • Route 61 and 62 are merged into new Route 61.
  • South of Curtner, Route 61 splits into Union and Bascom branches.
  • Riders traveling south of Curtner should look at bus head signs to board the correct bus.

Frequency Information

  • 15-minute frequency between Curtner Station and the new Berryessa Transit Center on weekdays
  • 30-minute frequency north of Berryessa Transit Center and south of Curtner Station
  • 20-minute frequency in main segment of route on weekends
frequency diagram for route 61 showing 15-minute weekday frequency, 20-minute weekend frequency, and 20 to 60-minute frequency early morning and evenings

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

route 61 map

 

Route 62 has been combined with Route 61.

See Route 61 for details.

Route 63 is combined with Route 64B.

See Route 64B for details.

Route Information

  • The old Route 63 and old Route 64 have been combined into two variants: Route 64A and Route 64B.
  • North/east of Downtown San Jose Routes 64A and 64B overlap.
  • South of Downtown, the routes split to serve Almaden Valley and Ohlone-Chynoweth.
  • Route 64A replaces discontinued Almaden Spur Light Rail line

Frequency Information

  • North/east of Downtown San Jose, the routes operate at 15 minute frequency
  • South of Downtown San Jose, the routes operate at 30 minute frequency
  • On weekends, Route 64A will operate every 30 minutes and Route 64B will operate every 60 minutes south of Downtown San Jose.

Frequency Diagram for the Segment North/East of Downtown San Jose

frequency diagram for route 64 showing 15-minute frequencies on weekdays and 30-minute frequencies on weekends, with 60-minute frequencies in the evenings

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map of the Segment North/East of Downtown San Jose

map of route 64 north/east of downtown san jose

 

Route Information

  • Route 64A is a branch of Route 64 that travels along Lincoln and Almaden Expressway.
  • Route 64A largely follows the same route as old Route 64.

Frequency Information

  • Route 64A operates at 30-minute frequency on weekdays and weekends.
route 64a frequency table showing 30-minute frequencies on weekdays and weekends

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

map of route 64 north/east of downtown san jose

Route Information

  • Route 64B is a branch of Route 64 that travels along Meridian and Camden.
  • Route 64B largely follows the same route as old Route 63.

Frequency Information

  • 30-minute frequency on weekdays
  • 60-minute frequency on weekends

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

map of route 64 north/east of downtown san jose

Route 65 is discontinued.

Route 61 may be an alternative.

Route Information

  • Route 66 will change to serve the Milpitas Transit Center instead of Great Mall Transit Center
  • Routing change to travel along 10th/11th between Santa Clara Street and Hedding instead of 1st Street
  • The school-oriented trip that serves Santa Teresa High School is discontinued. Students will need to take Route 66 to Route 68.

Frequency Information

  • Upgraded to all-day frequent 15-minute service on weekdays
  • 20-minute service on weekends
frequency diagram for route 66 showing 15-minute frequency on weekdays and 20-minute frequency on weekends, with 30 to 60-minute frequency early morning and evenings

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

route 66 map

 

Route Information

Frequency Information

  • Upgrade to 15-minute frequent service on weekdays
route 68 frequency diagram showing 15 minutes on weekdays and 20 minutes on weekends

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

route 68 map

 

Route Information

  • Route 70 will change to end at the new Milpitas Transit Center instead of Great Mall Transit Center.
  • Routing change to serve Berryessa Transit Center
  • Routing change to end route at Eastridge Transit Center rather than Capitol Station. Riders traveling to Capitol Station may use Route 71.
  • Routing change to travel along Capitol Expressway instead of King and Tully.

Frequency Information

  • 15-minute service on weekdays
  • 20-minute service on weekends
route 70 frequency diagram showing 15-minute service on weekdays and 20-minute service on weekends

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

route 70 map

 

Route Information

  • Route 71 will change to serve Milpitas Transit Center rather than Great Mall Transit Center
  • Routing change to end at Capitol Station instead of Eastridge

Frequency Information

  • Frequency decrease during weekday peak periods from 15 minutes to 30 minutes
  • Frequency increase on Sundays from 40-45 minutes to 30 minutes
route 71 frequency diagram showing 30-minute frequency every day

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

route 71 map

 

Route Information

  • Route 72 will change in Downtown San Jose to operate on Santa Clara Street instead of San Fernando west of 7th

Frequency Information

  • Frequency decreased on weekday and Saturday evenings

 

route 72 frequency diagram showing 15-minute frequency weekdays, 20 minutes on Saturdays, 30 minutes on Sundays

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

route 72 map

 

Route Information

  • Route 73 will change to end at Monterey & Senter instead of Snell & Capitol
  • Routing change in Downtown San Jose to operate on Santa Clara Street instead of San Fernando west of 7th

Frequency Information

  • No changes

 

route 73 frequency diagram showing 15 minutes weekdays, 20 minutes Saturdays, 30-minutes sundays

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

route 73 map

 

Route Information

  • Route 77 will change to serve Milpitas Transit Center instead of Great Mall Transit Center
  • Routing change to serve Berryessa Transit Center

Frequency Information

  • Upgrade to all-day 15-minute service on weekdays
  • Upgrade from 30-minute to 20-minute service on Saturdays

 

route 77 frequency diagram showing 15-minute weekday frequency, 20-minutes Saturdays and 30 minutes Sundays

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

route 77 map

 

Route 81 is replaced by Route 51 and Route 53.

See Route 51 and Route 53 for details.

Route 82 is discontinued.

Routes 56, 66 and 68 may be alternatives.

Route Information

  • Route 83 is a renumbered Route 13.
  • Routing change to make small deviation along Camden/McAbee

Frequency Information

  • 60-minute frequency on weekdays.
route 83 frequency diagram showing 60-minute frequency on weekdays

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

route 83 map

 

Route Information

  • Route 84 and Route 85 replace old Routes 14, 17 and 19.
  • Routes 84 and 85 form a two-way loop that starts and ends at the Gilroy Caltrain Station.
  • Clockwise routes start as Route 85 and return as Route 84.
  • Counterclockwise routes start as Route 84 and return as Route 85.

Frequency Information

  • Routes 84 and 85 operate hourly
routes 84 and 85 frequency diagram showing 60-minute frequencies on weekdays and weekends

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

routes 84 and 85 map

 

Route Information

  • Route 86 is a renumbering of old Route 18.

Frequency Information

  • Frequency improvement from 40 minutes to 30 minutes on weekdays
route 86 frequency diagram showing 30 to 60-minute frequencies on weekdays

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

route 86 map

 

Route Information

Frequency Information

  • 60-minute service during peak periods

 

route 87 frequency diagram showing 60-minute peak period service

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

route 87 map

 

Route 88 is now Routes 288, 288L and 288M.

See School Trippers below for details.

Route Information

  • No routing changes are planned for Route 89

Frequency Information

  • 30 minute frequency on weekdays
Route 89 frequency diagram showing 30-minute service on weekdays

 

Legend for frequency charts in 2019 New Transit Service Plan showing colors for frequencies less than 15, 15, 20, 30, 40-45 and 60 minutes

Map

route 89 map

 

School Trippers

Route Information

Frequency Information

  • Operate on weekdays around bell times when school is in session

Map

map of routes 246, 247, 256 and 270
 

Route Information

  • Student fare is $1.25

Frequency Information

  • Operate on weekdays around bell times when school is in session

Map

map of routes 246, 247, 256 and 270

 

Route Information

  • Not mapped, connects Live Oak High School to San Martin via Main and Monterey
  • Student fare is $1.25

Frequency Information

  • Operate on weekdays around bell times when school is in session

Express

  • The Express 181 will continue to operate between Warm Springs BART and Diridon Station until BART service starts at Milpitas and Berryessa Transit Centers.
  • The route will no longer serve the Great Mall and will stop at I-880/Alder Station instead
  • Frequency will vary in order to serve every third arriving BART train

This route is being refined, and the exact stops will be provided as soon as possible.

  • Warm Springs BART
  • I-880/Alder Station
  • 1st & Mission
  • 1st & Saint James
  • 1st & Santa Clara
  • San Fernando & Almaden
  • Diridon Station

Map

Schematic map of route 181 effective Dec 28, 2019

 

No change at this time.

Discontinued on December 28.

No change at this time.

VTA is looking for ways to reduce spending on express bus routes since the cost per rider on Express routes is about five times as high as all-day routes.

VTA is developing a new model for express bus service that funds routes in partnership with large employers. This way, reductions to express bus service will be less severe than if VTA has to cover the entire cost.

VTA is currently working to establish funding partnerships for these Express bus routes and plans to announce additional changes to Express Bus service in early/mid 2020.

For more information, please visit vta.org/expressbuspartnership.

Limited Routes

Limited 323 is upgraded to Rapid 523.

See Rapid 523 for details.

These routes are discontinued on December 28.