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Santa Clara South is a stop for Southbound trains only along South 2nd Street. Trains run along the right-hand side of the one-way street, opening their doors on the left to a transit platform shared with buses, not along the regular sidewalk. The station is modern (and was rebuilt since the its opening on June 17, 1988) with three different step-up 'platforms' for the low-floor LRVs each with a single silver canopy structure with Santa Carla South written in Silver letters. The platform starts at Santa Clara Street and run south, with a continuous sidewalk between trains and buses (which have a bus lane). The southern end of the platform is across from Fountain Alley that provides a pedestrian walkway and an additional connection to the Santa Clara North on South 1st Street.
Photos 1-3: 17 March, 2010; 4-9: 20 February, 2012

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One of the wheelchair boarding platforms
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Platform signage
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The 3 silver canopy structures on the Santa Clara South Platform 1
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The Santa Clara pillar (direction isn't specified)
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The Silver Santa Clara South lettering
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Getting on LRV #939B running as a single car
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Last Updated: 28 May, 2017
All photos are by Jeremiah Cox
This section reflects VTA service patterns that are no longer accurate. Light Rail trains began operating on new routes and service patterns effective December 28, 2019. See the VTA Website for details
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