Oakridge (VTA)

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Santa Clara VTA
VTA light rail station
Oakridge VTA 1700 06.JPG
Oakridge Station platform, 2012
Location Winfield Blvd and Blossom River Way
San Jose, California
Coordinates 37°15′13″N 121°52′01″W / 37.253543°N 121.866896°W / 37.253543; -121.866896Coordinates: 37°15′13″N 121°52′01″W / 37.253543°N 121.866896°W / 37.253543; -121.866896
Owned by VTA
Platforms 1 side platform
Tracks 1
Connections Bus Route 13
Disabled access Yes
Opened 1991
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Oakridge (VTA) is located in San Jose, California
Oakridge (VTA)

Oakridge is a light rail station operated by Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA). This station is served by VTA's Ohlone/Chynoweth–Almaden line, popularly known as the Almaden Shuttle. This station has one platform, and is only accessed by the street. There is no parking available at this station. The platform is at street level, and has one track for trains coming in and out of it. This is because the "Almaden Shuttle" uses 1 1-car train all day. Trains run back and forth between the line's three stations.


Oakridge station is located across Winfield Blvd from Westfield Oakridge Mall in southern San Jose, California.

Station layout[edit]

Platform Side platform, doors will open on the left or right
Northbound/Southbound toward toward Ohlone/Chynoweth (Terminus)
toward Almaden (Terminus)


This station is on the former right-of-way of the Southern Pacific Railroad's "Lick Branch," where there was also a track for loading building materials into freight cars. The rail line was abandoned in 1981.

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