The Milpitas Metro Specific Plan (Metro Plan, MMSP, or the Plan) is an update to the Milpitas Transit Area Specific Plan (TASP), adopted in 2008. The Metro Plan increases the Plan Area from approximately 437 acres to approximately 510 gross acres and includes annexations on the east and west sides of the original Plan Area. The long-term focus of this work is to continue and accelerate the transformation of this area from industrial and auto-oriented to a vibrant, connected and fully developed transit oriented neighborhood.
2019 Transit Area Development Impact Fee Update
2019 Park In-Lieu Fee Appraisal Report
2014 Transit Area Development Impact Fee Update
Community Facilities District 2008-1
Development Impact Fee Nexus Study
SE-1: Stamped Concrete for Medians and Parking Lanes
SE-2: Stamped Concrete for Crosswalks
CEQA Document Declaration EIR Milpitas Metro Specific Plan 021023
FSEIR (Responses to Comments, Traffic Operations Report, Public Draft MMSP)
MMRP – Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program
Milpitas Metro Specific Plan Draft SEIR – April 2022
Notice of Preparation – View this September 30, 2021, Meeting by clicking here.
If you have a comment or question about this project, please contact the staff project manager Kevin Riley.
Metro Plan Project Manager
Previous TASP Plan
In 2008, Milpitas developed a vision for a vibrant neighborhood in an area that was primarily low-industrial buildings surrounding what would later be the Milpitas BART station. Over the last 12 years, much of that vision has become a reality, including the newly opened BART station, new housing, parks, a grocery store, and other shops under development.
TASP Specific Plan:
Chapter 2 – Background and Key Issues
Chapter 3 – Land Use, Circulation, and Parks
Chapter 4 – Development Policies for Plan Subdistricts
Chapter 5 – Development Standards and Design Guidelines
Chapter 6 – Utilities and Public Facilities