After mass shooting, VTA finally opens Blue Line light rail to Santa Teresa

SAN JOSE – JUNE 3: Some of the decals on a Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority bus paying tribute to victims of last week’s shooting are photographed in San Jose, Calif., on Thursday, June, 3, 2021. (Randy Vazquez/ Bay Area News Group)

SAN JOSE — First, a mass shooting delayed it, then vandalism. But on Sunday, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority will finally reopen its full Blue Line, running light rail trains from Baypointe to Santa Teresa, including all stops in between.

The Green Line, which runs from Old Ironsides to the Winchester station, is still being inspected before a full reopening.

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