More Information on Bus Connection Adjustments, Upcoming Annual Business Plan Public Workshops, Winter Travel Tips, and Café Car Updates.
Bus Connection Adjustments
New adjustments are now in effect for the following Capitol Corridor’s bus connections:
- San Francisco bus stop relocation to 401 Mission Street
- Added Stop and Time Adjustment between San Jose and Santa Barbara
- Reservations required between Sacramento and South Lake Tahoe
- Reservations required between Martinez and Vallejo/Napa/Santa Rosa/Eureka/Humboldt
Read more here
Annual Business Plan Public Workshops Coming Soon!
Between January 23-26, 2024, the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority will hold three (3) onboard public workshops and two (2) virtually via Zoom to present its Draft FY 2024-25 – FY 2025-26 Annual Business Plan. The Annual Business Plan presents an overview of the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority’s strategic plan and funding request for the next two fiscal years.
Stay tuned for more information!
Winter Weather Travel Tips
Winter Weather is here in the Bay Area and Northern California. Whether you are taking the train or bus, passengers are advised to check road closures and weather conditions before traveling. Service delays and cancellations may occur due to heavy rain and snowstorms.
Here are some helpful resources and tips when traveling to/from Reno-Lake Tahoe.
Café Car Updates
You may have noticed a few new items on the menu in recent weeks – we now have a Chicken Caesar Salad, an Italian Club sandwich, and a Cheese Pretzel!
Please note that effective January 8th, 2024, you’ll see modest price increases for select items. We have not increased menu prices in the past few years, despite rising costs for food and beverage items. In the coming months, you can expect that we will make adjustments to prices as we add new items. We are open to hearing your feedback on what you’d like to see on board.
“One Ticket One Seat” Policy
As our ridership grows again post-pandemic, some of our popular trains have become busier. We’d like to remind our riders of our “One Ticket, One Seat” policy. This means that your ticket entitles you to use only one seat; personal belongings may be stored in the overhead bins or in front of you at your feet. By adhering to this policy, you are helping to ensure that everyone has a comfortable and safe ride on Capitol Corridor.
We thank you in advance for your cooperation!