Notre Dame High School
596 S. Second Street
San Jose CA 95112
Phone: (408) 294.1113
Fax: (408) 293.9779
How to get to ND
From Highway 101: Take 280 North, exit on 7th Street. Turn right at the end of the off ramp onto 7th St. Make a left at the first stop light onto Reed. Stay on Reed until you reach campus, which is between 2nd & 3rd Streets.
From Highway 280: Take the 7th St/Virginia Avenue exit. IF COMING FROM THE SOUTH, make a right onto 7th Street, and then a left onto Reed -- continue on Reed until you reach campus, which is between 2nd & 3rd Streets. IF COMING FROM THE NORTH, make a right onto Virginia, and then a right on 3rd Street. Make a left at the stop light on Reed. Campus is between 2nd & 3rd Streets on Reed.
Public Transportation Resources
Notre Dame is now offering daily shuttle service to and from Diridon Station. The shuttle will pick up students in the morning at Diridon Station at 7:30 a.m. and will leave ND for Diridon Station after school at 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Better Bikeways for Central San José
The City of San José is redesigning several streets to make it safer, more convenient, and more comfortable to bike. With simple design changes like protected bike lanes on wide streets, protected intersections at busy crossings, and traffic diverters on small streets, we are focusing on providing calm, comfortable, and connected bicycling routes.
It’s not just about bikes, though—the same improvements that make it safer to bike also make it easier to walk. Protected bike lanes provide more space between sidewalks and moving traffic. Narrower lanes discourage drivers from speeding. Protected intersections make crosswalks shorter and place pedestrians so they are more visible to drivers. And better places to bike on the street helps get people on bikes and scooters off the sidewalk and onto the bike lane, freeing up space for walking and reducing crashes and close calls.
Protected Bike Lanes
By using inexpensive, traffic-tested materials, we plan to switch the position of parking lanes and bike lanes when streets are already being paved, letting parked cars do the work of protecting the bikeway. These projects will enhance safety on streets that already have bike lanes.
These streets, which already have light traffic and slow speeds, will be updated at intersections to give priority to people biking and walking. This helps make streets more comfortable for people of all ages and abilities without adding dedicated bike lanes.