Thanksgiving is the busiest travel period for the Capitol Corridor. To ensure that your ride is as comfortable and stress-free as possible, here are some travel tips to keep in mind for the holidays:
Halloween is just around the corner, and that means its time to get into full pumpkin decorating mode! If you haven’t had a chance to create your perfect jack-o’-lantern yet, here are a few pumpkin patches we discovered that are conveniently located along the Capitol Corridor route. More Pumpkin Patches Along the Capitol Corridor
Get in the spirit of Halloween with a ghost tour in Sacramento, dance in the streets of Berkeley, celebrate all things Bacon in San Jose, or slurp your favorite oysters in Oakland. There’s always plenty of weekend fun along the Capitol Corridor route!
This weekend, take the Capitol Corridor to enjoy the biggest craft beer summit in Sacramento, a full day of Pride festivities in Oakland, Sumo Wrestling in San Francisco, and a classic car show in Martinez. More Weekend Picks: Sacramento Craft Beer Summit, Oakland Pride, Sumo Wrestling, Martinez Madness Car Show, and Suisun Marsh Tour
There’s plenty to do this Labor Day Weekend along the Capitol Corridor — from Gold Rush Days in Old Sacramento and a Brazilian Festival in Berkeley, to hula dancing in San Francisco, a doggy dash race in Davis, and the biggest hip-hop event in Oakland. It’s also the last weekend to take advantage of our Take 5 Weekend (and holiday Monday) fare discount. Buy one full-fare ticket and bring up to five companions for $5 each person, each way. The last eligible day for travel is Monday, September 5, and you must purchase your ticket online at least one day in advance. More Weekend Picks: Gold Rush Days, Brazilian Festival, Davis Labor Day Road Race, Hip-Hop in Oakland, and San Francisco Aloha Poly Fest