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Operator VTA
System Type Light Rail
Year Opened 1987
# of Lines 3
# of Cars
Mileage 42 Miles
Gauge Standard
Stations 62
Power Overhead
Fare Media Tickets/POP
Website VTA
Data Date 2006
1st Visit 10/1991
Last Visit 6/2013
% Rode 100%

California Transit > San Jose
San Jose Light Rail

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SJ Light Rail

There is a lot happening with this light rail system. There are now 3 separate lines  on the this system in the South Bay.

The Blue, or Alum Rock/Santa Teresa Line runs the entire length of the original Guadalupe Corridor, and the new Capitol Corridor.

The green or Mountain View/Winchester line contains the extended Tasman Corridor to Mt View. Runs on the Guadalupe section to just south of downtown SJ. There it branches onto the brand new Vasona Corridor to Winchester.

The orange, or Almaden line is a short shuttle line connecting the Blue line to a major mall.

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Last Updated: 03/25/17

 

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