San Jose expects to have 80 tiny cabins built by next summer to house homeless people until they find a long-term place to stay.
The VTA is bracing for employee buyouts, fare hikes and reduced bus service to cope with a $20 million deficit in 2019.
Is this finally San Jose’s moment for downtown to realize its potential as a vital and beautiful urban community?
Sheriff candidates Laurie Smith and John Hirokawa sat down for no-holds-barred interviews to make their case for the June 5 primary.
San Jose Inside takes a look at the cost and impact of BART’s long-awaited extension into Silicon Valley.
Several people running to replace Santa Clara County Supervisor Ken Yeager made their case Thursday for the BAYMEC endorsement.
A lawsuit is holding a $6 billion transportation tax hostage, preventing the VTA from getting started on critical infrastructure projects.
The proposed Diridon Station Googleplex has San Jose officials seeing dollar signs while local businesses, residents suspect the end is nigh.
Google is eyeing San Jose’s most prized real estate for development, which could bring thousands of new jobs and create a mass transit hub.
Silicon Valley prides itself on innovation, but the industry’s growth in the Bay Area perpetuates suburban sprawl and drawn-out commutes.