Capitol Corridor to Increase Service Starting June 1

In response to the gradual opening of businesses and activities in the region, and to continue supporting the travel needs of essential workers, the Capitol Corridor will add back some of the service it was forced to reduce in March when shelter-in-place orders went into effect. The updated schedule will be available soon on the Schedules page of the Capitol Corridor website. More Capitol Corridor to Increase Service Starting June 1

Coronavirus Updates: Reduced Schedule Starting Saturday, March 21

March 6, 2020

Updated: May 19, 2020

LATEST NEWS: Effective June 1, 2020, the Capitol Corridor will implement an expanded schedule with 8 weekday round trips and restored service between Sacramento and Auburn. Read our news story for details.

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is raising health concerns here and across the globe. The state of California is now under an emergency “shelter-in-place” order, which has resulted in a sharp ridership decline.

The Capitol Corridor is currently operating on a temporary, reduced train and bus schedule that went into effect on Saturday, March 21. This schedule allows us to manage the crisis, while maintaining core service for those essential workers who are exempt from the orders and rely on the Capitol Corridor to get where they need to go.

In an effort to ensure our customers have the most current information about how we are responding to and being impacted by this crisis, we are updating this page regularly with news about our service, how we’re keeping trains and buses clean, and how riders can change or cancel tickets.

More Coronavirus Updates: Reduced Schedule Starting Saturday, March 21