Following Historic Vote on Rent Protections, San Jose Considers Ban on Voucher Discrimination

Nearly half of of San Jose’s elected leaders want to prevent landlords from discriminating against recipients of housing subsidies.

San Jose May Revise Urban Village Policy to Advance Affordable Housing Projects

The City Council on Tuesday will consider relaxing requirements that have stymied the type of development prescribed by the General Plan.

VTA Offers Cash to Businesses Hurt by BRT Construction Delays

The VTA has offered cash payments to businesses hurt by construction delays on a rapid bus line running through San Jose’s Alum Rock corridor.

VTA Apologizes for Construction Delays, Pledges to Pay Businesses for Lost Revenue

The VTA apologized for behind-schedule construction that has blighted Little Portugal and put scores of businesses at risk of going under.

VTA Fires Contractor Over Safety Issues on East Side Bus Route

The VTA will dump a contractor after permitting issues and a busted gas line put a major project behind schedule and over budget.