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May 22, 2012 > VTA's Summer Transit Pass for youths on sale

VTA's Summer Transit Pass for youths on sale

Unlimited rides for three months; only $75!

Submitted By Brandi Childress

The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority's (VTA) 2012 Summer Blast Passes are now available offering teens and kids (ages 17 and under) unlimited rides on VTA Bus and Light Rail during the Summer. Valid from June 1 through August 31, 2012, the discounted pass enables youth to be independent and green during their summer travels to jobs, shopping malls, movie theaters, amusement parks and other popular destinations for just $75 giving a $60-savings compared with three regularly priced, monthly youth passes.

Additionally, pass holders receive free offers and discounts from Summer Blast Pass partners including Great America, Gilroy Gardens, Raging Waters, Camera Cinemas and Pizza My Heart. This year, new partners include El Pollo Loco and The Retro Dome. Youth can also enter a contest to win one of 10 Westfield Mall gift cards valued at $100 each and other great prizes by completing VTA's Online Entry Form ( or by mailing to VTA Customer Service (no purchase necessary) by July 15, 2012.

The Summer Blast Pass can be purchased at VTA's Downtown Customer Service Center, VTA's Administrative Offices and other locations throughout Santa Clara County.

For more information about the Summer Blast Pass or for a list of additional sales outlets, visit

For trip planning information, contact VTA Customer Service at (408) 321-2300, TTY (408) 321-2330. You can also log onto and sign-up to receive VTA email updates. Find VTA on Facebook at "SCVTA", Twitter at "SantaclaraVTA", and YouTube at

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