Sierra Bus Connection Service Adjustments 2024

February 28, 2024

3/3
Due to winter weather hazards and impending storm, bus connections between Sacramento and Reno/South Lake Tahoe will be CANCELLED on Sunday, March 3, 2024.

Connecting bus service between Sacramento and Auburn will continue to operate as scheduled.
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2/29-3/2

Due to winter weather hazards and impending storm, bus connections between Sacramento and Reno/South Lake Tahoe will be CANCELLED from Thursday, February 29 to Saturday, March 2, 2024.

Connecting bus service between Sacramento and Auburn will continue to operate as scheduled.

We are continuing to monitor weather reports and additional adjustments may be necessary over the next few days.

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2/4-5/24
Due to winter weather hazards and impending storm, bus connections between Sacramento and Reno/South Lake Tahoe will be CANCELLED on Sunday, February 4, and Monday, February 5, 2024

Connecting bus service between Sacramento and Auburn will continue to operate as scheduled.

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2/1/24
Due to winter weather hazards and an impending storm, bus connections between Sacramento and Reno/South Lake Tahoe will be CANCELLED on Thursday, February 1, 2024

Connecting bus service between Sacramento and Auburn will continue to operate as scheduled.

Storms are expected one after another, so we are continuing to monitor weather reports. Additional adjustments may be necessary over the course of the next week.

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1/13/24
Due to winter weather hazards and an impending storm, bus connections between Sacramento and Reno/South Lake Tahoe will be CANCELLED on Saturday, January 13, 2024.

Connecting bus service between Sacramento and Auburn will continue to operate as scheduled.

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1/10/24
Due to winter weather hazards and an impending storm, bus connections between Sacramento and Reno/South Lake Tahoe will be CANCELLED on Wednesday, January 10, 2024.

Connecting bus service between Sacramento and Auburn will continue to operate as scheduled.

Please check road conditions/closures before traveling and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @CapitolCorridor.

BART Track Work at Richmond Station: Red Line Cancelled on 2/17-19, 3/16-17, 4/13-14, and 4/27-28

February 16, 2024

Due to BART’s track improvement project, the Red Line (Richmond-Millbrae) will be cancelled on the following weekends: February 17-19, March 16-17, April 13-14, and April 27-28.

The Richmond Station will remain open for Capitol Corridor riders to travel through the station and board the bus bridge at Richmond. BART will provide a free bus bridge between Richmond Station and El Cerrito del Norte Station on all four weekends.

Riders who would normally take the Red Line should instead board an Orange Line (Richmond-Berryessa) train and transfer to a Yellow Line train to San Francisco at MacArthur Station.

Learn more here

UPDATE: 2/12 Capitol Corridor Train Cancellations and Delays

February 12, 2024

Due to equipment issues, the following trains are cancelled today: Westbound trains 525 and 549. Eastbound Train 540 is now running. Passengers that planned to take Train 549 will be re-accommodated to Train 551. Due to an earlier incident, Train 542 will begin service at Oakland Jack London Square.

Passengers can use their Capitol Corridor ticket to take BART between Berryessa Station and Richmond Station until 9pm, tonight.

If the re-accommodations stated above do not work with your schedule, you can choose a different train to board to reach your destination. As a friendly reminder, Capitol Corridor is an unreserved service with flexible ticket options. This means that your ticket is valid on all Capitol Corridor trains for up to a year from the original travel date and allows you to change travel dates and or trains using your original ticket. No ticket changes are required.

We apologize for any inconvenience you may experience.

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The Capitol Corridor wishes you a Happy Lunar New Year!

February 7, 2024

Take the Capitol Corridor to celebrate Lunar New Year and the Year of the Dragon in Northern California and the Bay Area! Avoid the traffic and parking hassles and enjoy fun activities like parades/festivals, lion dancing, community street fairs, and more! We wish you a year full of happiness, prosperity, and success!

Martinez Station:
City of Martinez
Date: February 25, 11:00am – 12:00pm
Location: Main Street, Farmers Market
Link to Event

San Francisco (Richmond/ Emeryville Station):
San Francisco Chinese New Year Parade
Date: February 4-25
Location: Chinatown, Grant Ave. (Multiple events)
Link to Event

Oakland Jack London Square
Jack London Square
Date: February 10,  1:00 pm-3:00 pm
Location: Jack London Square in the plaza by Plank
Link to Event

San Jose-Diridon Station:
The San Jose Museum of Art
Date: February 17, 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Location: 110 South Market Street, San Jose, CA 95113
Link to Event

Lunar New Year-Tet Festival (3 Days)
Date: February 16-18 , 3:00 pm/ 11:00 am- 11:00 pm
Location: 2200 Eastridge Loop 2200 Eastridge Loop San Jose, CA 95122
Link to Event

2024 Black History Month: Capitol Corridor Honors Pullman Porters and Their Contributions to Black History 

February 1, 2024

In an era when rail reigned transportation, the African-American porter workforce helped define luxury train travel. For almost a century, Pullman porters worked the sleeping and dining cars that gave white travelers an extravagant riding experience. Pullman porters, who were almost exclusively Black men, are also recognized for their role in developing the Black middle class and advancing civil rights.   More 2024 Black History Month: Capitol Corridor Honors Pullman Porters and Their Contributions to Black History