Paseo de San Antonio station

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Paseo de San Antonio
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VTA light rail station
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A Mountain View-Winchester tram stops at Paseo de San Antonio
LocationPaseo de San Antonio, San Jose, California 95113
Coordinates 37°19′59″N121°53′15″W / 37.33316°N 121.887581°W / 37.33316; -121.887581 Coordinates: 37°19′59″N121°53′15″W / 37.33316°N 121.887581°W / 37.33316; -121.887581
Owned by Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority
Platforms2
ConnectionsAiga bus trans.svg VTA Bus: 23, 66, 68, Express 168, Rapid 523
Construction
Structure typeShelters
Bicycle facilitiesNone
History
OpenedJune 17, 1988 [1]
Rebuilt2006
Services
Preceding station BSicon LOGO SCvta.svg VTA Light Rail Following station
Santa Clara
toward Baypointe
Blue Line Convention Center
toward Santa Teresa
Santa Clara Green Line Convention Center
toward Winchester
Location
Paseo de San Antonio station

Paseo de San Antonio is a VTA light rail station in Downtown San Jose, located on the Paseo de San Antonio. This station is served by the Blue and Green lines of the VTA Light Rail system.

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Location

The station is located in Downtown San Jose, California on 1st and 2nd Streets just north of East San Carlos Street. The northbound platform is on 1st Street; the southbound platform is on 2nd Street.

Station layout

2nd Street Platform Side platform, doors will open on the left
Southbound     Blue Line toward Santa Teresa (Convention Center)
     Green Line toward Winchester (Convention Center)
1st Street PlatformNorthbound     Blue Line toward Baypointe (Santa Clara)
     Green Line toward Old Ironsides (Santa Clara)
Side platform, doors will open on the left

Refurbishment project

Paseo de San Antonio was renovated in 2006 to permit level boarding at all doors.

Nearby points of interest

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References

  1. "VTA Facts: Light Rail System" (PDF). Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority. November 30, 2006. Archived from the original (PDF) on March 20, 2009. Retrieved January 10, 2020.