Proposed 2019 New Transit Service Plan | Frequent Bus Routes

 

Frequent routes operate at 15-minute or better frequencies on weekdays from at least 6:30 AM to 6:30 PM.

Changes are presented in comparison to current service.

DASH Shuttle

The DASH Shuttle, which provides circulator service between Downtown San Jose and Diridon Station, would be upgraded to the Rapid 500, which would add a connection to the Berryessa BART Station and be more frequent than the DASH Shuttle.

Current Diridon Station - Santa Clara Street & 4th
Proposed Upgrade to Rapid 500

 
 

Rapid 500

The Rapid 500 Route would connect Diridon Station, Downtown San Jose and the Berryessa BART Station and operate at about 7-8 minute frequency on weekdays. Rapid 500 would replace the DASH shuttle.

Proposed Diridon Station - Berryessa BART Station
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Rapid 522

Hours of frequent service on weekdays and weekends would be extended.

 
 
Current Palo Alto Transit Center - Eastridge Transit Center
Proposed Palo Alto Transit Center - Eastridge Transit Center
 
 
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Rapid 523

Rapid 523 is a new route that would replace the Limited 323 route and a portion of Route 54. Rapid 523 would connect the Lockheed Martin Transit Center with De Anza College, Valley Fair/Santana Row, Downtown San Jose and the Berryessa BART Station.

Proposed Lockheed Martin Transit Center - Berryessa BART Station
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Route 10

Route 10 is proposed to be combined with Route 60.

 

 

Route 22

Service would no longer be operated between 1:00 AM and 4:00 AM.

Current Palo Alto Transit Center - Eastridge Transit Center
Proposed Palo Alto Transit Center - Eastridge Transit Center
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Route 23

Route 23 would be rerouted to remain on Stevens Creek between between Winchester and Bascom instead of deviating onto Forest to serve the Valley Fair Transit Center. A new route, Route 59, would operate on Forest and may be an option for current riders on Forest. Weekday frequency would be decreased from 12 minutes to 15 minutes.

Current De Anza College - Alum Rock Transit Center
Proposed De Anza College - Alum Rock Transit Center
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Route 25

Weekday frequency would be decreased from 10 to 12 minutes. Sunday frequency would be increased from 20 to 15 minutes. Like current service, the portion of the route west of Valley Medical Center would be less frequent.

Current De Anza College - Alum Rock Transit Center
Proposed De Anza College - Alum Rock Transit Center
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Route 26

Route 26, which currently connects the Lockheed Martin Transit Center with the Westgate area and Eastridge Transit Center would be broken into two routes: Route 26 and Route 56.

Route 26 would connect West Valley College with the Westgate area and Eastridge Transit Center. Weekday frequency on Route 26 would be improved from 30 minutes to 15 minutes and weekend frequency would improve from 30 minutes to 20 minutes. The portion of the route between West Valley College and the Westgate area would operate at a lower frequency.

Route 56 would connect the Lockheed Martin Transit Center, Westgate area and Tamien Station.

 
 
Current Lockheed Martin Transit Center - Eastridge Transit Center
Proposed West Valley College - Eastridge Transit Center
 
 
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Route 57

Weekday frequency would improve from 30 minutes to 15 minutes. Saturday frequency would improve from 30 minutes to 20 minutes.

Current Old Ironsides Station - West Valley College
Proposed Old Ironsides Station - West Valley College
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Route 60

Route 60 would be rerouted to serve San Jose Airport and end at the Milpitas BART Station instead of ending at Old Ironsides Station. Riders traveling along the Monroe and Great America segments could use Route 59. Weekday frequency would improve from 30 minutes to 15 minutes during midday. Weekend frequency would improve from 30 minutes to 20 minutes.

Current Old Ironsides Station - Winchester Transit Center
Proposed Milpitas BART Station - Winchester Transit Center
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Route 61

Routes 61 and 62 would be merged into Route 61 that would operate frequent 15-minute service in the common segment between Bascom & Union and the Berryessa BART Station. South of Bascom & Union, Route 61 would operate at 30-minute frequency, alternating routing along Bascom and Union. East of the Berryessa BART Station, service would be less frequent.

Current 61 Good Samaritan Hospital - Sierra & Piedmont (via Bascom, Mabury)
Current 62 Good Samaritan Hospital - Sierra & Piedmont (via Union, Berryessa)
Proposed Good Samaritan Hospital - Sierra & Piedmont (via King, Mabury)
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Route 64

Proposed routing changes to move southern terminus to Almaden & Camden instead of Almaden Station and travel along Julian between 6th/7th and 13th rather than along Santa Clara in Downtown San Jose. Like today, the portion of Route 64 east of Downtown San Jose would operate at 15-minute frequency while the portion south of Downtown San Jose would operate at 30-minute frequency on weekdays.

Current Almaden LRT Station - McKee & White
Proposed Almaden & Crown - McKee & White
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Route 66

Proposed routing change to serve Milpitas BART Station instead of Great Mall Transit Center. Frequency would be upgraded to 15-minutes on weekdays. The portion of the route north of the Milpitas BART Station would be less frequent on weekdays.

School-oriented service to Santa Teresa High School that is currently listed as part of Route 66 would be discontinued. Santa Teresa High School students would need to take Route 68 to Route 66 to complete these trips in this proposal.

Current Kaiser San Jose - Milpitas/Dixon Road
Proposed Kaiser San Jose - Milpitas/Dixon Road
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Route 68

Proposed frequency upgrade to 15-minutes on weekdays.

Current Gilroy Transit Center - San Jose Diridon Station
Proposed Gilroy Transit Center - San Jose Diridon Station
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Route 70

Proposed rerouting to connect to the Berryessa BART Station, change the northern terminus to the Milpitas BART Station instead of Great Mall Transit Center and change the southern terminus to the Eastridge Transit Center rather than Capitol Station. Riders traveling between Capitol Station and Eastridge Transit Center may use Route 71.

Current Capitol LRT Station - Great Mall/Main Transit Center
Proposed Eastridge Transit Center - Milpitas BART Station
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Route 72

Proposed frequency improvement on weekday evenings.

Current Senter & Monterey - Downtown San Jose
Proposed Senter & Monterey - Downtown San Jose
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Route 73

Proposed routing change on southern end from Snell & Capitol to Monterey & Senter.

Current Snell & Capitol - Downtown San Jose
Proposed Monterey & Branham - Downtown San Jose
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Route 77

Proposed routing changes to end at the Milpitas BART Station rather than Great Mall on the northern end and to use Tully rather than Rigoletto to access the Eastridge Transit Center. Additionally, Route 77 would make a small deviation off King to serve the Berryessa BART station. Weekday midday and weekend frequencies would be increased. Evening hours would be extended on weekdays and weekends.

Current Eastridge Transit Center - Great Mall/Main Transit Center
Proposed Eastridge Transit Center - Milpitas BART Station
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Limited 323

The Limited 323 route would be replaced by the Rapid 523 route, which would operate as frequently, but extend to the Lockheed Martin Transit Center and Berryessa BART Station.

Current De Anza College - Downtown San Jose
Proposed Upgrade to Rapid 523