October Picks: Fall Fun, Halloween Treats, Music & Brews

September 26, 2019

While best associated with Halloween, corn mazes, and pumpkin spice, October also brings some of the best outdoor festivals and celebrations. All along the Capitol Corridor, you’ll find family-friendly festivals like Dia de los Muertos; Halloween-inspired fun; and celebrations of art, wine, music, and beer.

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October Picks: Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Suisun Art, Wine & Chocolate Festival, Sacramento Aloha Festival, San Jose Día de Los Muertos Festival, and SF Halloween Hoopla

September 28, 2018

Check out a great selection of free, family-friendly, Autumn-inspired events throughout the month of October. From jamming out at a free three-day music festival in SF, to celebrating Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in SJ, discover the best things to do around the Bay Area and along the Capitol Corridor!

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CCJPA Eyes Renewable Diesel to Power Trains for a Sustainable Future

July 10, 2018

As the world moves to embrace renewable energy sources and stricter carbon emission standards, the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (CCJPA) is doing its part to make Northern California cleaner and more sustainable. More CCJPA Eyes Renewable Diesel to Power Trains for a Sustainable Future

Travel Green for Back to School

August 27, 2017

As summer comes to an end and schools prepare for the new academic year, many students from the University of California (Davis and Berkeley), Santa Clara University, and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo use the Capitol Corridor train as a greener way to travel between school and home. Here are a few of the reasons why the Capitol Corridor is the environmentally-friendly travel choice of college co-eds:

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