Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority is asking for public input for its new service plan, which will reduce some routes and expand others in an effort to address a large deficit.
The plan will save about $15 million annually compared to the 2017 Next Network Plan, and aims to maintain bus and light-rail service and current levels, according to the VTA.
Among the major changes are four discontinued express routes, including Camden & 85 to Palo Alto, South San Jose to Moffett Park, Palo Alto to IBM/Bailey Avenue and South County to Mountain View.
Several other express routes will see more frequent service, and VTA officials said the plans intend to protect South County riders who depend on a single route to access the greater San Jose area.
VTA is seeking to address a $20 million structural deficit in the 2018 fiscal year and $26 million for 2019.
The first meeting will be held Jan. 30 at 6 p.m. at Santa Clara Mission Branch Library at 1098 Lexington St. in Santa Clara and the last meeting will be Feb. 19 at San Jose State University's MLK Library at 150 E. San Fernando St. in San Jose.
All plans and meeting times and locations are available online at newtransitplan.vta.org.