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Art, Wine & Chocolate Festival in Suisun

Suisun Art and Wine 2014

Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Art, Wine & Chocolate Festival in Suisun this Saturday, October 4! The festival will be held at the Suisun Waterfront Plaza. Admission is free, although tickets must be purchased for wine tasting. Take the train to the Suisun/Fairfield Station and make use of our Take 5 offer! Read more for more information about the festival.

Rail Safety Pledge Banners Make Final Stop at Sacramento Station

Sac Station Rail Safety 2014

On Tuesday, September 30, Caltrans visited the Sacramento Station on their last stop for Rail Safety Month after stopping at three other stations throughout California. By signing the banner to Be Track Smart, passengers pledged to remember safety tips such as standing behind yellow safety lines and looking both ways before crossing the tracks, and to educate friends and family on the importance of rail safety. Read More…

Capitol Corridor Achieves Highest Customer Satisfaction Ratings in Five Years

According to a passenger survey conducted in June, 90% of Capitol Corridor passengers are “Very Satisfied” or “Satisfied” with their overall on board experience, which is the highest it’s been since 2009! Capitol Corridor continues to strive toward making your train ride safe, comfortable, and convenient. Read more…

How 10-Ride Tickets Work on Train-Bus Connections

Many passengers have asked us to explain how 10-ride tickets work – specifically, how rides are deducted when there are multiple trip segments. The short answer is that as long as you’re traveling in the same direction, there will only be one ride deducted from your 10-ride ticket, regardless of how many trip segments are involved.

On a trip from Sacramento to San Francisco, for example, we always deduct one ride from your ticket, on the train from Sacramento to Emeryville. The bus driver from Emeryville to San Francisco will still need to scan your ticket in order to check you on board; however, this scan will not cause an additional ride to be deducted. Likewise, on your return trip to Sacramento, your ticket will be scanned on both the bus to Emeryville and on the train to Sacramento; however, only one ride will be deducted on the first segment, which is the bus to Emeryville.

So, remember, having your ticket scanned does not necessarily mean we are deducting a ride from your 10-ride ticket. Train conductors and bus drivers are required to scan the tickets of all passengers, but a ride will be deducted only if it is your first segment of travel.