Taking another step toward a return to full, pre-pandemic service, the Capitol Corridor is introducing a new schedule on Monday, June 7, 2021, that increases the number of trains on both weekdays and weekends. More Schedule Increase and Restoration of Café Car Going into Effect on June 7
New direct weekday round-trip added between Auburn and San Jose
Eyeing an eventual goal of restoring full, pre-pandemic service, the Capitol Corridor is introducing a new schedule that better reflects current ridership demand and improves service reliability. It will go into effect on Monday, March 29, 2021. More Capitol Corridor Introduces New Schedule in First Step Towards Pre-Pandemic Service Restoration
Between March 16 and 19, 2021 the Capitol Corridor will hold public workshops virtually via Zoom to present its Draft FY 2021-22 – FY 2022-23 Annual Business Plan. The Annual Business Plan (ABP) presents an overview of the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority’s (CCJPA’s) strategic plan and funding request for the next two fiscal years.
More Annual Business Plan Workshops 2021
Please note the following service reminders for teh long Presidents’ Day weekend:
- On Monday, February 15, Presidents’ Day, Capitol Corridor trains and buses will operate according to our regular, weekday schedule.
- If you are planning travel on BART this weekend, please be advised that BART trains will not be running between the Richmond and and El Cerrito del Norte stations February 13-15, 2021. This will not impact Capitol Corridor train service at the Richmond Station; however, Capitol Corridor passengers who normally transfer to and from BART at the Richmond Station, will need to make alternate arrangements for travel between the East Bay and San Francisco. Read more about this here. On Monday, February 15, BART will operate on their Saturday schedule.
We hope you have an enjoyable Presidents’ Day weekend!