Looking back over the past 12 months, all of us would agree that throughout the challenging year that 2020 shaped up to be, it forced us to make the best of a situation. This may have meant more time reading, binge-watching series, gaming, or even picking up a new hobby. For the Capitol Corridor staff the experience was no different, and we wanted to share how our team members made the best of 2020! More Capitol Corridor Best of 2020
Join us for Birds Along the Capitol Corridor on Saturday, December 5!
The Capitol Corridor route between Sacramento and Martinez passes through two important bird habitats, the Yolo Bypass and the Suisun Marsh, both of which provide nesting areas for many species of birds and other animals, plus winter homes and rest stops for thousands of birds migrating along the Pacific Flyway. More Corridor Conversations: Birds Along the Capitol Corridor Route
Zoom into our second virtual “Corridor Conversations.” This time around, we’ll be focusing on Thanksgiving travel, which will look a little different this year, plus some project updates, including the latest on our Wi-Fi upgrade.
Zoom into our virtual “Corridor Conversations” with Managing Director, Rob Padgette, and Deputy Director, Leo Sanchez. They will provide an update on Capitol Corridor service and ridership, as well as protocols we’ve implemented to maintain health and safety during COVID-19. You will also hear about the status of some of our current projects and have an opportunity to ask questions.
This September, we are not only supporting Rail Safety Month, now in its 11th year, but also celebrating Bike to Work Day, which has been rescheduled from May to September due to COVID and renamed “Bike to Wherever Day” because so many people are working from home.