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 En Movimiento: A Transportation Plan for East San José (formerly East San José Multimodal Transportation Improvement Plan) is a community-driven transportation plan to bring together and build on past planning efforts, reflect the priorities of this culturally diverse neighborhood, and define a path forward for implementing multimodal transportation improvements within the study area. 

East San José includes six planed Urban Villages, a planned BART station, operating Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), many other operating transit routes, trails, freeways, and bike and pedestrians networks and gaps. With all of these transportation options and development plans, East San José is quickly becoming a regional multimodal transportation hub. 

For more information about this plan, contact Peter Rice at .


DRAFT Preliminary Plan (March 19, 2019)
Public Involvement Plan
En Movimiento Fact Sheet - English
En Movimiento Fact Sheet - Spanish 
En Movimiento Fact Sheet - Vietnamese
Outreach event #1 summary

Plan Area

Map of the project area

Next Steps

 March 2019  April - June 2019 September - October 2019 Janurary - February 2020
Pop-up workshops and survey - what matters most?
 Community meetings, survey - project ideas Project priorities - where to invest Final Plan - how to implement improvements


Our team hosted pop-up workshops throughout the neighborhood on Thursday, March 21. Read the summary of that outreach here.

Join us on June 15 between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. at Mexican Heritage Plaza to share your feedback about potential street improvements.


Can’t make it to a pop-up workshop? We will want to hear from you! Earlier this year, we asked community members to share their ideas about where it is difficult to walk, bike, and take transit in East San José and how this experience could be improved. Since then, we’ve used community feedback to identify a preliminary list of street improvements in the neighborhood. This survey asks for your feedback on this preliminary list of improvements and for your input on how to prioritize these projects going forward.

Our first survey was available from Thursday, March 21 through Sunday, April 14.