VTA Line 323 Gets Major Expansion of Service as Part of VTA's Quarterly Service Change
Effective Jan. 5, 2015, riders of Limited Stop Line 323 have more opportunities to get where they need to go as Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) added hours to weekday and Saturday service and an all new Sunday service to the line running from De Anza College to downtown San Jose. See schedule change details here.
VTA launched a the Limited Stop Line 323 in Oct 2012, which provides faster and more direct service between De Anza College and Downtown San Jose.
Previously, VTA operated Line 23 in this corridor, which is the third most used bus service by VTA commuters, carrying 9,800 daily riders or about 10% of VTA’s overall bus ridership, according to VTA.
The Line 323 will supplement Line 23 on weekdays, which will relieve the over-crowding experienced by passengers since De Anza introduced the DASB VTA Eco Pass program at the start of fall quarter 2011.
Line 323 Route Schedule and Stop Locations
Line 323 route will remain on Stevens Creek Blvd. between Bascom Ave. and Winchester Blvd. and not serve the Valley Fair Transit Center.
The last eastbound stop will be 1st & St. John, and the first westbound stop will be 2nd & St. John. Line 323 will operate every 15 minutes from approximately 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on weekdays.
Note: The new Limited Stop Line 323 will stop at Stelling and Stevens Creek Blvd.
Visit the VTA web page for Line 323 to see complete route details and list of stops.
Minor Changes to Line 23 Schedule
Line 23 has been rescheduled to provide 12 minute service during weekdays (in conjunction with the introduction of new Line 323). Minor weekend schedule changes will also be made.
The line will continue to stop on campus, near the Student and Community Services Building.
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