Tasman (VTA)

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Santa Clara VTA
VTA light rail station
Tasman station 2207 03.JPG
Tasman Station platform
Location 1st Street and Tasman Drive
San Jose, California
Coordinates 37°24′30″N 121°56′39″W / 37.408372°N 121.944219°W / 37.408372; -121.944219Coordinates: 37°24′30″N 121°56′39″W / 37.408372°N 121.944219°W / 37.408372; -121.944219
Owned by VTA
Platforms 1 island platform
Connections Bus Routes 58, 140, 330
Disabled access Yes
Opened 1987
Preceding station   Santa Clara VTA logo.svg VTA Light Rail   Following station
toward Alum Rock
Alum Rock–Santa Teresa
toward Santa Teresa
Mountain View–Winchester
toward Winchester
Tasman (VTA) is located in San Jose, California
Tasman (VTA)

Tasman is a light rail station operated by the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority. It is located in San Jose, California at First Street and Tasman Drive. Tasman is served by both the Mountain View–Winchester and Alum Rock–Santa Teresa lines, and has served as the northern primary transfer point between the two lines since August 2005, when the line from Mountain View was reconfigured to serve downtown San Jose and no longer serve Baypointe station in preparation for the opening of the Vasona light rail extension project.

Station layout[edit]

Platform Northbound toward Mountain View (Champion)
toward Alum Rock (Baypointe)
Island platform, doors will open on the left
Southbound toward Winchester (River Oaks)
toward Santa Teresa (River Oaks)


Tasman was the northern terminus of VTA's initial Guadalupé line, which was opened in 1987 and linked it with Santa Teresa in South San Jose. The Tasman West extension was opened in December 1999 to connect Tasman with Mountain View, California's Great America, the Great America Altamont Commuter Express stop which connects with VTA's Lick Mill, and I-880/Milpitas.

Connecting transit[edit]

VTA Bus Route 33 no longer serves this station due to bus service updates implemented on January 14, 2008.


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