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VTA chief receives 'Lifetime Achievement Award' from university group

Management & Operations| January 15, 2019

During her 30-plus-year career, Fernandez has served in leadership roles at some of the largest transportation agencies in the U.S.

VTA restores hybrid bus batteries in-house for maintenance efficiency

Bus| January 4, 2019

Most transit agencies hire outside specialty mechanics to completely overhaul or replace major components.

Rail| November 30, 2017

WSP to manage BART extension to Silicon Valley

The 16-mile, six-station BART extension from Fremont to Santa Clara, Calif., is being managed by VTA and implemented in phases.

Management & Operations| August 10, 2017

Tolar Manufacturing Co. delivers bus shelters, rapid transit station for Calif. city

State-of-the-art amenities include real-time information in oversized LED digital displays, closed-circuit 24/7 security cameras, enhanced security lighting, and light poles equipped with LED next bus arrival readers.

Government Issues| September 13, 2016

$200 billion of public transportation ballot initiatives at stake

Public transit leaders came together to discuss ballot measures across the country.The press conference was held at the APTA 2016 Annual Meeting held in Los Angeles.

Rail| March 14, 2016

BART Silicon Valley Project green lit to enter project development phase

The six-mile expansion plan receives the necessary federal support to continue development.

Management & Operations| December 29, 2015

Calif. program to train public transit workers receives funding

New DOT studies show that over the next 10 years the public transit industry will need to hire and train new workers equivalent to 126% of today’s total workforce.

Bus| March 20, 2014

Calif. transit begins BRT construction

Santa Clara VTA will begin construction on the Santa Clara-Alum Rock project on Friday. The line will be the first of three BRT projects planned for Santa Clara County.
Bus| October 10, 2013

VTA to add 35 Gillig hybrid buses to fleet

The buses are anticipated to have 25% better fuel economy, similar to the results the agency is experiencing with the 90, 40-foot hybrid Gillig vehicles first introduced into its fleet in 2010.
Bus| July 11, 2013

New Flyer to deliver 50 Xcelsiors to Calif. transit

Contains a firm order of 29 buses with options for an additional 21 buses. All buses are expected to be delivered by the fourth quarter of 2014.
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