Salesforce Plaza Bus Stop Moving on Monday, November 9

November 2, 2020

On Monday, November 9, 2020, the Salesforce Plaza bus stop (SFC) in downtown San Francisco will move from its current location at the corner of Mission and Fremont streets to a new, nearby location at 555 Mission Street. The new stop is in front of Chase Bank, and is about a four-minute walk west along Mission Street.

Address of new stop:
555 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA  94105United States

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Better, Faster Wi-Fi on its Way to the Capitol Corridor

October 29, 2020

The complimentary Wi-Fi riders enjoy on board Capitol Corridor trains is about to get better and faster. Our Next-Generation Wi-Fi upgrade project has reached an important milestone, with installation of the equipment on individual train cars exceeding half the fleet. This is a huge step towards providing our customers with a premier wi-fi experience through a new network called YourTrainWiFi. More Better, Faster Wi-Fi on its Way to the Capitol Corridor

New Bus Schedules Go into Effect on October 19

October 15, 2020

On October 19, 2020, the Capitol Corridor will implement schedule changes for two connecting bus routes: 1) Service between Sacramento and Truckee/Nevada, and 2) Service between Martinez and Arcata/McKinleyville.

The updated schedules will not impact any other bus routes or any train schedules.

The changes are listed below, and the new schedules will be available online on Monday, October 19.



  • The weekday bus connection from Train 524 will connect instead from Train 532 and depart Sacramento (SAC) at 3:40 PM
  • The weekend bus connection from Train 728 will connect instead from Train 732 and depart Sacramento (SAC) at 4:20 PM


  • The weekday bus connection to Train 547 will instead connect to Train 537 and arrive in Sacramento (SAC) at 11:50 AM. This connecting bus trip will also operate on the weekends and connect to Train 737.


  • The bus that connects with weekday trains 532 and 537 and weekend trains 728 and 737, will serve the Eureka (EKA) and Arcata (ARC) stops 15 minutes earlier, and will not serve the McKinleyville-Airport stop (MKV).

Staying on Track: How Capitol Corridor Riders Get Service Updates  

October 12, 2020

Thank you to everyone who participated in our recent Service Information Communications survey. Feedback provided us insight into how riders utilize the electronic Passenger Information Display Signs (PIDsfound at our station platforms, in addition to our other communication channels (e.g. third-party train status apps, email/text alerts, and Twitter) for trip planning and service updates.  More Staying on Track: How Capitol Corridor Riders Get Service Updates