Eastridge Transit Center

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Eastridge Transit Center
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Eastridge Transit Center, July 2008
Location Capitol Expressway
San Jose, California
Coordinates 37°19′41″N121°48′39″W / 37.327922°N 121.810935°W / 37.327922; -121.810935 Coordinates: 37°19′41″N121°48′39″W / 37.327922°N 121.810935°W / 37.327922; -121.810935
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Website Eastridge Transit Center
History
Opening2027 (light rail)
Rebuilt2015 [1]
Future service
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Story Orange Line Terminus
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Eastridge Transit Center

The Eastridge Transit Center is a Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) bus terminal located at the Eastridge Mall in the Evergreen District of San Jose, California. The station is located alongside Capitol Expressway near Tully Road.

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Bus routes

The following bus routes operate from Eastridge:

Light rail extension

The VTA light rail Orange Line is planned to be extended to Eastridge from its current terminus at the Alum Rock Transit Center. [3] This new extension would offer rail connection to the Milpitas Transit Center and the Mountain View Transit Center, providing access to Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) and Caltrain. Construction is slated to begin in Fall 2021 and revenue service is expected to begin in 2027. [1]

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References

  1. 1 2 "FACT SHEET: Transit Eastridge to BART Regional Connector" (PDF). www.vta.org. Retrieved September 16, 2021.
  2. "Eastridge Transit Center". www.vta.org. Retrieved April 11, 2021.
  3. DeRuy, Emily (6 June 2019). "San Jose: VTA greenlights Eastridge light rail extension". The Mercury News. Retrieved 16 September 2021.