Connecting to the San Francisco, Oakland, and San Jose International airports
You can get to SFO by taking the Capitol Corridor and transferring to BART at either the Richmond Intermodal Station (walk to the adjacent BART platform) or the Oakland Coliseum station (proceed to the pedestrian bridge connecting to the Coliseum/Oakland Airport BART station). Visit bart.gov for details and schedules.
Oakland International Airport
Take the Capitol Corridor train directly to the Oakland Coliseum station and proceed to the pedestrian bridge connecting to the Coliseum/Oakland Airport BART station. From the BART station, you will be able to board BART’s new train to plane service, “BART to OAK,” which provides an easy connection to Oakland International Airport. Riders will be able to board one of four three-car automated people movers and take the eight-minute ride at 30mph. Visitbart.gov/guide/airport for more details and schedules. You can also transfer to AC Transit bus service to the airport by using a Transit Transfer. Ask your conductor for a free AC Transit Transfer while on board Capitol Corridor.
San Jose International Airport
Take Capitol Corridor to the Santa Clara/University Station and ride the free VTA #10 Airport Flyer to the terminals. Visit vta.org for more details and schedules.
Please allow 1-2 hours for connections between the Capitol Corridor and Bay Area airports. If you’re using Capitol Corridor and BART to reach the airport, please remember that you can buy your BART ticket onboard any Café Car at a 20% discount.