LINK21 Will Shape the Future of Transportation in Northern California
The Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (Capitol Corridor) and San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART), in coordination with several municipal and transportation agencies throughout the 21-County Northern California Megaregion, continue to host online public workshops for the Link21 Program. The series began on Thursday, June 17, 2021.
The next workshop will be held on Thursday, July 15, at 5:30pm for Placer, Sacramento, and Yolo counties. Co-hosted by the City of Sacramento, the Yolo County Transportation District, and the Placer County Transportation Planning Agency, the interactive workshop will inform the public and gather feedback about transportation needs and priorities. This vital information will help shape the program during the early planning phase. For more information and to access the event link, visit the Link21 website. More LINK21 Hosting Virtual Public Workshop for Placer, Sacramento, and Yolo Counties on Thursday, July 15
Starting Monday, July 5, 2021, El Dorado Transit will be the new operating agency for the Capitol Corridor’s connecting bus service between Sacramento and South Lake Tahoe. More New Operator for South Lake Tahoe Connecting Bus Route Starting July 5
Discounts available to seniors and small groups along with California Everyday Discounts to encourage travel by train this summer. More Capitol Corridor Introduces Summer Fare Deals to Boost Ridership
The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) and Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (Capitol Corridor), in coordination with several municipal and transportation agencies throughout the 21-County Northern California Megaregion will host a series of online public workshops for the Link21 Program beginning Thursday, June 17. Special guest speakers will kick-off each virtual forum. More Link21 is Hosting a Series of Virtual Workshops to Shape the Future of Transportation in Northern California
Rail service swaps old locomotives for two, more environmentally friendly engines
Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority, which manages Northern California’s Capitol Corridor intercity passenger rail service, is retiring two older F-59 locomotives and swapping them for new, EPA-certified Tier 4 Charger locomotives—just in time for Earth Day. More Capitol Corridor Expands its Cleaner Fleet in Time for Earth Day