Saturday, August 27, 2005

San Jose's first subway

Besides the Grand Prix, on July 29, 2005, the City of San Jose made history by opening its first subway, thereby joining other cities such as New York and London that have rail underground. Although it is only about a quarter mile long, the ride through the subway offers a full BART-extension experience today, from the sight and sound, as well as the (lack of) fellow riders on board the trains.

What happened to the employees from the SVLG sponsoring companies who should be filling up the trains?


Anonymous said...

That is no way a subway, if that little tunnel is considered a subway in its traditional transit terms then we sure have a lot of subways. Sorry to say but San Jose is still waiting for a subway.

Anonymous said...

I haven't been on it, but this seems like a pretty easy one. Is there an underground station? If not, it's just a tunnel.