Capitol Corridor Celebrates 25 Years of Connecting Northern California

December 15, 2016

“It was a beautiful day. The train was a small train – a locomotive I think, with no more than three or four cars, single level.” explained Hubert Hanrahan, Capitol Corridor’s retired Chief Transportation Officer who, in December 1991, was a conductor on board the Capitol Corridor’s very first run. “The rest is history,” he went on to reflect. “It’s been very successful.”

Capitol Corridor train
The Capitol Corridor’s inaugural run on December 11, 1991.

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Trains, Planes and No Automobiles: A European Vacation Made Easy on the Capitol Corridor

October 6, 2016

Mike Sullivan hates traffic. Especially after a long international flight, the thought of sitting on a congested Bay Area freeway is as nightmarish as it can get for this well-seasoned traveler. More Trains, Planes and No Automobiles: A European Vacation Made Easy on the Capitol Corridor

Renovation of Suisun City Train Depot Celebrated with Ribbon Cutting on September 8

September 19, 2016

On Thursday, September 8, 2016, the City of Suisun celebrated its newly-renovated Suisun City Train Depot with a ribbon cutting ceremony attended by city leaders and representatives of Solano County, the Solano County Transportation Authority, and the CCJPA.

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Nearly Half of All Riders Are New According to 2016 Passenger Survey

August 23, 2016

Every year, the Capitol Corridor administers a survey to passengers on board our trains. The purpose of the survey is to learn more about our customers, including how they use the service, demographics, and overall satisfaction. More Nearly Half of All Riders Are New According to 2016 Passenger Survey

Capitol Corridor Awarded $8.9 Million to Increase Service to Roseville and Support System-Wide Operations

August 19, 2016

NEWS RELEASE

On August 16, 2016, the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (CCJPA) learned it was the recipient of one of 14 state grants totaling $390 million to support Governor Brown’s focus on advancing California’s public transportation system and reducing greenhouse gas emissions contributing to climate change. Administered by the California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA), the Transit and Intercity Capital Program (TIRCP) grants are funded with proceeds from the state’s Cap-and-Trade auctions. More Capitol Corridor Awarded $8.9 Million to Increase Service to Roseville and Support System-Wide Operations