Beginning Friday, September 18, Highway 50 in the Sierra Nevada will be closed for two weeks, with an expected reopening on Saturday, October 3. The closure is required for Caltrans to install bridge girders to seismically retrofit a bridge near Echo Summit.
Starting Saturday, August 15, we began reinstating limited connecting bus service between Emeryville and San Francisco. The new schedule is available on our website. More Return of Limited Connecting Bus Service Between Emeryville and San Francisco
On Monday, August 3, 2020, at 12:00 am, road closures on Centennial Boulevard and Stars and Stripes Drive will go into effect.
These closures are in place for the pre-construction and construction of Related Santa Clara, a new mixed-use urban center. Construction is set to last from 2021 to 2023 and Centennial Boulevard and Stars and Stripes Drive will be closed until further notice.
Vehicles traveling eastbound can access the Santa Clara Great America Train Station via a new exit ramp. All traffic leaving the Great America Train Station area will exit northbound on the new temporary road. The new exit ramp will also have a multiuse path for two-way bicycle and pedestrian traffic.
If you want to learn more about the project and construction, please visit the Related Santa Clara project website, where you can also sign up for updates and notifications.
We have good news on the ticket front! Passengers who purchase a Capitol Corridor 10-ride ticket on or after June 23, 2020, now have 60 days, instead of 45, from the ticket start date to complete up to 10 one-way trips between the origin and destination stations indicated on their ticket.
More Capitol Corridor 10-Ride Ticket Extended to 60 Days
In response to the gradual opening of businesses and activities in the region, and to continue supporting the travel needs of essential workers, the Capitol Corridor will add back some of the service it was forced to reduce in March when shelter-in-place orders went into effect. The updated schedule is available on the Schedules page of the Capitol Corridor website. More Capitol Corridor to Increase Service Starting June 1