Santa Teresa station

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Santa Teresa
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VTA light rail station
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Santa Teresa Station, September 22, 2012
LocationSanta Teresa Boulevard at San Ignacio Avenue
San Jose, California
Coordinates 37°14′11″N121°47′22″W / 37.236265°N 121.789316°W / 37.236265; -121.789316 Coordinates: 37°14′11″N121°47′22″W / 37.236265°N 121.789316°W / 37.236265; -121.789316
Owned by VTA
Platforms1 island platform
Tracks2
ConnectionsAiga bus trans.svg VTA Bus: 42, 68, Express 102, Express 122, Express 182
Construction
Parking1,155 spaces
Bicycle facilitiesYes
Disabled accessYes
History
Opened1987
Rebuilt2008
Services
Preceding station BSicon LOGO SCvta.svg VTA Light Rail Following station
Cottle
toward Baypointe
Blue Line Terminus
Location
Santa Teresa station

Santa Teresa is a light rail station operated by Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA). This station is the southern terminus of the Blue Line of the VTA Light Rail system. It was built in the late 1980s as part of the original Guadalupe Line, the first segment of light rail that stretched to Tasman in northern San Jose.

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Santa Teresa station is located just south of State Route 85, near Santa Teresa Boulevard in the Santa Teresa neighborhood in southern San Jose, California. It is a major local transit center, and as such is the terminus of several bus routes. It is served by a shuttle to IBM's campus in South San Jose.

Station layout

PlatformNorthbound     Blue Line toward Baypointe (Cottle)
Island platform, doors will open on the left or right
Northbound     Blue Line toward Baypointe (Cottle)

Station amenities

Connecting transit

The station is also served by a shuttle to the IBM campus.

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