As counties begin to open up for business, we are interested in knowing what our passengers’ travel plans are or what they think they might be. We are conducting an online survey and hope you’ll participate!
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
Effective Monday, May 11, all Capitol Corridor passengers must wear a mask or face covering while using the service. This is in compliance with the nationwide requirement implemented by Amtrak, Capitol Corridor’s operating partner. Amtrak issued a press release about this requirement on May 7, 2020. Many counties along the Capitol Corridor route also require face coverings to be worn in public. More Face Coverings Required on the Capitol Corridor Starting Monday, May 11
With Shelter in Place extended through the end of May, Cinco de Mayo festivities in 2020 will need to take place at home instead of at local restaurants and bars. While we’re not questioning anyone’s ability to whip up delicious Mexican food and drinks from their kitchen, we do want to give a shout out to restaurants along our route that can help you celebrate safely.