This is Moffett Park station — a stupendous example of VTA incompetence. This photo below is of Moffett Park Dr, the main street running past the station.
Note the total lack of sidewalks, or bike lanes of that matter. And the special touch of making transit riders climb over a railing, just to reach the platform:
See that parking garage in the distance? Here is a closer look:
Believe it or not, this 1217-space parking garage was built as part of a Sunnyvale “Green Building” Initiative. Another fine example of promoting transit-oriented development in Silicon Valley!
Moffett Park station, by the way, is one of the least used VTA LRT stations. I can’t imagine why that is?