Updated: April 7, 2020
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
Due to track work (replacement of railroad ties) being conducted by Union Pacific between Martinez and Richmond, Capitol Corridor trains may experience minor delays of up to 15 minutes traveling through this segment of the route on the following days: More Minor Delays Possible Through March 15 Due to Track Work
Between January 21 and January 24, 2020, the Capitol Corridor will hold public workshops onboard select trains and via a Facebook Live broadcast to present its Draft FY 2020-21 – FY 2021-22 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 Business Plan Workshops 2020
UPDATED January 14, 2020
Fans can avoid traffic, parking hassles and get an early start on tailgating while riding the train
Congratulations to the San Francisco 49ers, who will play the Green Bay Packers in the upcoming NFC Conference Championship game on Sunday, January 19, 2020. To help fans get to the game, the Capitol Corridor has scheduled a special “game-day train” to Levi’s® Stadium. More Capitol Corridor Schedules Game-Day Train to NFC Conference Championship at Levi’s Stadium
Due to the New Year’s Eve festivities in downtown San Francisco, connecting bus service to the stops at Pier 39/Fisherman’s Wharf (SFW) and Financial District/Hyatt (SFF) will be suspended from 7pm to Midnight on Tuesday, December 31, 2019. More New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day Service