Linking up Silicon Valley
When San Francisco Bay’s rapid transit system (BART) was built in the 1960s, Santa Clara County opted out. Now the 1.7M residents are getting connected, thanks to the Silicon Valley Extension. With 54,600 daily passenger capacity, it will free people from their cars, cutting congestion and pollution as well as speeding up journeys.
“It’s more than a transit project,” says our project manager Michael Lehnen. “BART Silicon Valley is an entire programme of improvements that will transform Silicon Valley.” ...
Bay Area Rapid Transit, Silicon Valley Extension Phase II
Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA)
San Jose, California, USA
Preliminary design for tunnel and track, oversight of progressive design-build contractor, digital delivery, advanced design for underground and at-grade stations, yard, maintenance facility, and systems
residents will have access to public transit
daily passenger capacity
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