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Silicon Valley transit agency services off track, state audit shows

Santa Clara County’s main transportation agency needs to change how it is governed and improve its transparency with the people it serves, a recent audit reveals. The California State Auditor released an audit of VTA earlier this month, requesting the public transit agency improve its existing operations by taking measures such as strengthening planning and oversight of capital projects, finding revenue sources to replace sunsetting sales tax measures and updating its work plan. VTA accepted all recommendations except two — boosting transparency around board members’ appointments and changing their terms — causing some concern from elected officials. District 23 Assemblymember Marc Berman, who represents Campbell,…

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