‘Pelosi’s subway’: BART to San Jose funding pulled from COVID stimulus, report says

A VTA rendering shows what a BART stop at Diridon Station might look like. This station would have escalators to accommodate SAP Center crowds, unlike two other underground San Jose BART stops that would use elevators to whisk passengers to street level. (Valley Transportation Authority)

So long, “Nancy Pelosi’s subway,” we hardly knew ye.

A provision in the latest COVID stimulus package giving an estimated $141 million to the project extending BART service through downtown San Jose — which Republicans misleadingly tied to the House Speaker as they painted the $1.9 trillion package as being stuffed with pork — has been removed from

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