Surveillance video obtained by KTVU shows the end of what authorities are calling a brazen carjacking of a public bus in the South Bay.
A suspect is under arrest after allegedly hijacking a Valley Transportation Authority bus on Tuesday with a passenger on board, the Santa Clara Sheriff’s Office said.
A 70% decline in ridership combined with the loss of sales tax revenue produced a critical financial condition.
Dignitaries held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, June 12, 2020.
The long-awaited openings of two new BART stations was announced on Tuesday. Service to Milpitas and Berryessa stations begins Saturday, June 13.
Transit unions posted a memo sent by the VTA, that a light rail operator trainee tested positive.
"No ticket, no downloading and no tagging required," the agency said in an announcement.
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority will offer a few days of free rides starting Saturday, hoping for increased ridership as the public transit provider launches a new higher-frequency route plan.
The free rides start Saturday and will continue into the early morning hours of Jan. 1.
An issue with an overhead wire at First and Devine streets is forcing passengers to ride a bus bridge between the Convention Center and Civic Center stations.
Employee working on Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority's San Jose property showed KTVU photos of swastikas and other racially insensitive drawing found in a lounge area and the men's bathroom.
Bus riders in the South Bay had quite a scare after discovering an usual passenger on board with them, a two-foot long python. The snake was found on a bus traveling from San Jose to Palo Alto. No one claimed it so it's now up for adoption.
South Bay sports arenas and stadiums may soon be forced to pay for extra transportation for special events. Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) decided Thursday night to start billing for extra buses and light rail vehicles.
A widow wants answers from VTA about her husband’s death. Candice Nguyen reports.
2 Investigates has obtained new evidence suggesting that a recently retired South Bay transit employee was hit and killed after stepping off the bus he was just riding.