Comprehensive safety review of all freeway crossings in San José
Freeways dominate San José’s landscape and the crossings are old, poorly designed, uncomfortable and unsafe for people on bikes. SVBC will highlight the problem of dangerous freeway crossings in San José and work with elected leaders and staff to conduct safety audits of all crossings in the city to identify and prioritize safety hot spots for repair and redesign.
Recent News

San Jose Plans Two Years of Vision Zero Action

Kudos to the City of San Jose this week for approving the draft Vision Zero Two-Year Action Plan. The plan, approved by the city council’s Transportation & Environment Committee on Monday, lays out actionable steps the City will take over the next two years as it seeks to reach the goal of eliminating roadway fatalities and major injuries.

VTA Board to Vote on Transportation Sales Tax Measure

On the evening of June 2, the VTA Board of Directors will vote on whether or not to put a 1/2-cent, 30-year transportation sales tax on the November ballot in Santa Clara County. SVBC will be there to support the measure.