As you coordinate your next group outing, raise the bar high by incorporating a ride on the Capitol Corridor train into your travel plan. The Capitol Corridor is now offering a 50% discount for business and social groups of 20 or more. Youth groups can take advantage of our special Train Treks program that offers even steeper savings.
California is home to some of the most renowned universities, colleges, and community colleges in the world. Every year students travel to campus only to come back home for breaks and holidays. Navigating this constant migration between school and home can be overwhelming for students and families.
The Capitol Corridor provides convenient train and bus service to connect students to some of the state’s most popular colleges, from UC Davis and Santa Clara University, to Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo and even as far south as UC Santa Barbara. Savvy students can travel year-round by taking the Capitol Corridor train and/or dedicated bus connections. Here are some of the campuses along or near the Capitol Corridor route: More Guide to Colleges and Universities Along the Capitol Corridor
The Capitol Corridor is excited to announce that BikeLink eLockers are now available at 15 of our stations: Auburn, Roseville, Sacramento, Davis, Fairfield-Vacaville, Suisun-Fairfield, Martinez, Richmond (shared with BART), Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland Jack London, Oakland Coliseum (shared with BART), Hayward, Fremont, and Santa Clara-Great America! Passengers can ride their bike to a station, safely store it, and hop aboard the train. More The Capitol Corridor Completes eLocker Installation & Plans for Future Bike Growth
As summer comes to an end and schools prepare for the new academic year, many students from the University of California (Davis and Berkeley), Santa Clara University, and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo use the Capitol Corridor train as a greener way to travel between school and home. Here are a few of the reasons why the Capitol Corridor is the environmentally-friendly travel choice of college co-eds:
There are a lot of people at the Capitol Corridor who keep the trains running day in and day out, and make sure riders are as happy and informed as possible. There’s one guy on the team though who does more than that. Meet Jim Allison, Manager of Planning. If you take your bike on the train and use our free on board Wi-Fi, you can thank Jim for that, but he’s also our resident dreamer and futurist as he looks down the road, years and even decades ahead, to plan for the services and features of our next generation of riders. Learn a little more about Jim and what he does in our Staff Spotlight interview conducted by Savannah Kuang, the Capitol Corridor’s Climate Corps Fellow.