Downtown San Jose station
|Location||Santa Clara Street|
San Jose, CA
|Owned by||VTA (operated by Bay Area Rapid Transit)|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
Downtown San Jose station is a proposed underground Bay Area Rapid Transit station underneath Santa Clara Street in Downtown San Jose. The station would be co-located with the Santa Clara Light Rail Station and connect to the proposed Santa Clara, Richmond and San Francisco/Daly City stations. It would be preceded by the proposed Alum Rock/28th Street BART station. Revenue service is envisioned to start in 2026.
The original plan for the San Jose extension included the Downtown San Jose station, but full funding could not be secured and the San Jose extension was split into two phases. Phase one, planned for completion in 2018, is the Berryessa Extension into eastern San Jose. The proposed Downtown San Jose station is part of a later, unfunded phase two of the San Jose subway extension and would be located between the proposed Alum Rock/28th Street and proposed Diridon BART stations. Construction is slated to begin in 2019, and passenger service to start in 2026.
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