CC Rail Mail: Get Ready for Thanksgiving, Win Cal Football Tickets, and Download Real-Time Train Status App

Philip Krayna CC Rail Mail & Newsletters

Get Ready for Thanksgiving Travel

Thanksgiving travel

If you’re planning to travel aboard the Capitol Corridor for Thanksgiving, our busiest time of year, we’ve got some information that will be useful as you plan your trip. We’re adding extra bus trips between San Luis Obispo/Cal Poly and the San Jose Amtrak station the day before Thanksgiving, plus we’ll have extra capacity on some of our busiest trains and connecting buses. For more details, check out our service information page, and visit our blog for tips on how to make your holiday trip easy and stress-free. As a reminder, Capitol Corridor will operate on a weekend/holiday schedule on Thursday, 11/26 and Friday 11/27. Lastly, don’t forget to book your tickets online in advance, as many of our connecting bus trips require reservations.

Win Tickets to Cal Football’s Last Game of the Season

Cal Football

Cal fans, take note! If you’re hoping to cheer on the Golden Bears at their last game of the season on Saturday, 11/28, we’ve got a great opportunity for you. Capitol Corridor is giving away four tickets to the game at Kabam Field at Memorial Stadium against Arizona State. Visit our Facebook page before noon on Monday, 11/23 for your chance to win!

Real-Time Train Status is Here

Train Status

With our new real-time train status app, you can know precisely where your train is at any time and monitor its progress wherever you are, right from your smartphone. Download the rider app for iPhone or Android here and select “Capitol Corridor.”

Sacramento to Roseville Third Track Project Clears Another Hurdle

On Wednesday, November 18, the Capitol Corridor Board of Directors moved the Sacramento to Roseville Third Track Project one step closer to reality by certifying the Final Environmental Impact Report (EIR) and approving the project. The Third Track project, which will improve mobility within the growing Sacramento region by increasing the number of round trips between Sacramento and Roseville from one to 10, is only partially funded, and we need riders and those who live in the communities it will connect and serve to be advocates for the expansion. Read the press release about this project’s latest milestone.

Customer Satisfaction Remains High on Board the Capitol Corridor

Next Stop - New Adventures

Every year, Capitol Corridor conducts an on board survey of passengers to learn more about who’s using the service and how satisfied they are with the service. This year, the survey was conducted in May and June, and the recently-compiled results show that satisfaction remains high among customers. Read more highlights of the survey results.