Valley Transportation Authority New Transit Service Plan
On Saturday, December 28, 2019, the Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) launched its much-anticipated changes to transit services in Santa Clara County. The New Transit Service Plan (NTSP) includes new routes and bus stops as well as changes to existing routes paths, consolidation of existing routes, and discontinuation of certain routes due to lack of ridership. Overall, 90 percent of VTA resources will be applied to the more heavily traveled routes, which will also include more frequent service. For more details, please visit the VTA’s website at https://newservice.vta.org/. Provided below are links to the summary of overall changes and new bus stops relative to Santa Clara. For any questions, please contact the VTA at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling VTA Customer Service at 408-321-2300.
Traffic Impact Fee Study
The Traffic Impact Fee is an existing one-time fee collected to finance city-wide traffic infrastructure improvements needed to serve development. City staff is proposing increases to the fee and its applicability citywide. The report prepared by Hexagon Transportation Consultants, Inc. provides the methodology and findings of the analysis which support the proposed fee. A hard copy of the report is available for review at the City Clerk’s Office located at 1500 Warburton Avenue. The City Council will discuss this item, hear public comments, and take an action on the fee at the July 17th 2018 Council Meeting. Please note that the Multimodal Improvement Plan Traffic Fee will be heard separately by City Council at a later date. Please contact Carol Shariat at 408-615-3024 should you have questions related to this fee.
Removal of Barriers to the Physically Challenged FY 2017-18
- Location Map (PDF)
Central Park Bicycle and Pedestrian Access Study
This study evaluates and recommends improvements to off-site and on-site multi-modal access for both pedestrians and cyclists. The off-site improvements could include provision for bicycle lanes, sidewalk enhancements, high-visibility crosswalks, improved transit facilities, clear and simple eye-catching way-finding signage. On-site improvements and amenities within the park are recommended and may consist of additional landscaping, rest areas, water fountains, benches, and new or updated connections / pathways between the park facilities.
- Figure 1: Pedestrian Study Area (PDF)
- Figure 2: Existing and Planned Bikeway (PDF)
- Figure 3: Existing Park Circulation Points (PDF)
- Figure 4: Existing Signage Locations - Outside Park (PDF)
- Figure 5: Existing Signage Locations - Inside Park (PDF)
- Interactive Map
Feasibility Study for City of Santa Clara’s Trail Network Expansion
- Residential Public Meeting Presentation 05-31-11-Final (PDF)
- First Public Meeting Q&A (PDF)
- Second Public Meeting Q&A (PDF)
- Feasibility Study Final Report-Part 1 (PDF)
- Feasibility Study Final Report-Part 2 (PDF)
- Feasibility Study Final Report-Part 3 (PDF)
Master Plan for City of Santa Clara's Trail Network Expansion
Pruneridge Avenue Bicycle Lanes Improvements
- Pruneridge Avenue Bicycle Lane Improvements Post-Construction Traffic Study (PDF)
- Pruneridge Bike Lanes Traffic Evaluation Memo (PDF)
Tasman Drive Traffic Study
- Tasman Dr. Traffic Study Public Meeting Presentation (PDF)
- Tasman Dr. Traffic Study 2nd Public Meeting Presentation (PDF)
For more information, contact the Traffic Engineering Division at 408-615-3000 or by email at email@example.com.
Related LinksBay Area Traffic Information (511.org)