According to a recent survey, most Capitol Corridor riders are looking forward to returning to the train and all its amenities, despite uncertainty about what their commute or regional travel needs may look like in the upcoming weeks and months. More Capitol Corridor Survey Finds Many Riders Are Excited to Return to Clean & Safe Trains
We’ve teamed up with Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) to launch Rail Goods, an online store that sells a variety of fun and practical merchandise with official Capitol Corridor branding.
Working toward a shorter, more direct route between Oakland and San Jose
Oakland, CA – On Monday, June 29, the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (CCJPA) officially launched the environmental review process for South Bay Connect with a Notice of Preparation (NOP) of an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) and Online Public Scoping Meeting. CCJPA is the lead agency for this process required under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).
We have good news on the ticket front! Passengers who purchase a Capitol Corridor 10-ride ticket on or after June 23, 2020, now have 60 days, instead of 45, from the ticket start date to complete up to 10 one-way trips between the origin and destination stations indicated on their ticket.
More Capitol Corridor 10-Ride Ticket Extended to 60 Days
Father’s Day is on Sunday, June 21, and we’ve gathered a few gift ideas with all kinds of dads in mind. Some of our selections feature partners and destinations along the Capitol Corridor route; others will come in handy on board the train. More Gifts for Dad This Father’s Day