Ring in the New Year all month long with exciting events along the Capitol Corridor! Pamper your palate at not one, but two, renowned East Bay Restaurant Weeks; celebrate the joyous Latino tradition of Three Kings Day in San Jose; bring your kids and enjoy coffee at a signature car aficionado event in Martinez; relive the fascinating history of the American Civil War at San Francisco’s Fort Point; and meet and greet your favorite baseball players in Oakland.
More January Picks: Oakland & Berkeley Restaurant Weeks; San Jose Three Kings Day; Martinez Cars, Kids & Coffee; San Francisco Civil War Days; and Oakland A’s Fanfest!
October brings not only shorter days and a chill in the air, but also the opportunity to get creative with pumpkins and scare yourself silly! Enjoy these festivities in Northern California, and see where the Capitol Corridor can take you. More Haunted Hallows & Halloween Fun Along the Capitol Corridor
Visit San Francisco to listen to bluegrass music and watch fighter jets soar, celebrate a South Asian Festival of lights in San Jose, indulge in chocolate, art, and wine in Suisun, or attend the biggest cruise fest in Sacramento. Can you do it all? It’s nonstop activities along the Capitol Corridor this weekend! More Weekend Picks: San Francisco Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival, Fleet Week, San Jose Diwali Festival, Suisun Art, Wine, and Chocolate Festival and Sacramento Cruisefest
On Thursday, September 7, 2017, the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (CCJPA) joined with California Operation Lifesaver, railway representatives from around Northern California, law enforcement, and high school students at the California State Railroad Museum in Sacramento to kick off Rail Safety Month. More Capitol Corridor Helps Kick Off California Rail Safety Month
Memorial Day weekend is the perfect time for an outing on Capitol Corridor, especially with our Take 5 offer, good all three days of the long holiday weekend – Saturday, Sunday, and Memorial Day Monday! With the purchase of one full fare ticket, you can bring up to five other people for only $5 per person, each way.
Here are our top five suggestions for fun trips with Take 5. More Top 5 “Take 5” Picks for Memorial Day Weekend