Due to the Town of Colfax’s Winterfest event on Saturday, December 14, the Colfax bus stop will be suspended for all schedules that day. Train service at Colfax will not be affected.
This temporary stop closure will impact bus service to/from the following trains:
- Westbound trains 737, 743, and 749
- Eastbound trains 720, 728, and 736
Thank you for your patience and for riding the Capitol Corridor.
Updated, Monday, 12/2 at 10pm
Connecting bus service to/from Reno and South Lake Tahoe will will resume on Tuesday, December 3, with buses expected to make all scheduled stops. Passengers should expect delays due to chain requirements. More Winter Weather Update: Sierra Bus Service Resumes on Tuesday, December 3
The Chase Center opened its doors in early September and is already being called an astonishing and extraordinary sports and entertainment venue. The new home of the Golden State Warriors is also drawing big-name musical acts and stars like Oprah. For our loyal riders who are wondering how they can ride the Capitol Corridor to get to the Chase Center, don’t worry, we’ve put our travel planner hats on and routed the best ways for you to get from the Capitol Corridor to the Chase Center in San Francisco. All of our recommended transfer options accept the Clipper Card for fare payment, so be sure to bring your own or purchase one on board the train in the Café Car.
More A Capitol Corridor Riders Guide to Getting to the Chase Center