Talk:Mountain View–Winchester (VTA)

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Has anyone proposed light rail to Cupertino on I-280? Bayberrylane 02:36, 9 March 2006 (UTC)

There are plans to extend light rail to west Santa Clara County via the median of Stevens Creek Blvd., possibly as an extension of the proposed downtown San Jose light rail project. There is also a plan to extend light rail to west Santa Clara County via the median of CA-85. The western light rail extension is intended to be funded by the 2000 Measure A, but we all know that VTA want to delay or cancel all other projects just to build BART. See here http://www.vta.org/projects/measureafacts.html --Will74205 01:46, 11 April 2006 (UTC)
There's also a study in progress to extend the Alum Rock line to Eastridge, Nieman Blvd (sp?), and possibly full-circle back to the existing Capitol station.--Brianvdb 03:45, 11 April 2006 (UTC)

Opening dates for the eastern Tasman West stations on this line[edit]

According to this article, the stations from Old Ironsides to Lick Mill were opened in 1987, and Champion in 1997. Yet all these stations, in the infobox, claim to have been opened in 1999. To the best of my understanding, the date in the infobox represents the original opening date. Which is correct? עוד מישהו Od Mishehu 20:20, 12 November 2011 (UTC)