SPUR SJ Forum: BART Silicon Valley, Phase II

From SPUR:

Hard questions surround the second phase of BART’s Silicon Valley extension. How do we design a project that is successful and also affordable? How do we pay to operate BART while improving all of the South Bay’s transit? When will development around stations materialize, and will it produce enough riders to sustain BART? Come hear the latest thinking on these questions and more.

+ Michael Brilliot / City of San Jose
+ Leyla Hedayat / Kimley-Horn and Associates

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