Capitol Corridor and the Oakland A’s Team Up for Rail Safety Month Video
Capitol Corridor takes rail safety very seriously, and for Rail Safety Month this September we’ve produced a video to highlight lifesaving tips to follow when driving or walking near railroad tracks. While the message of the video is serious, we wanted it to be fun and engaging, so we enlisted the mascot of the Oakland A’s, Stomper, to be the star. We think Stomper did an amazing job, and we hope you’ll watch and share the video.
Cal Football Season Kicks Off Saturday, 9/5 – Save 25% on Train Fares
If you’re headed to Berkeley this Saturday for Cal’s home opener against Grambling State, remember that Capitol Corridor – with its easy BART connection at Richmond or Coliseum – is the way to go! And, you’ll save 25% on your Capitol Corridor game day train ticket. Not quite sure how to make the connection to BART? Check out our fun and instructional video to see how easy it is.
Special Service for Monday, 9/14 Game at Levi’s Stadium
We’ve added a special late night return train for fans attending the football game at Levi’s Stadium on Monday, September 14. Special train #552 will depart Great America-Santa Clara station at 11:10 p.m. and make all stops to Sacramento. Get the best rate by booking with our Friends and Family 50% off discount.
New Emeryville Parking Procedures Going into Effect
As passengers who park at the Emeryville station are aware, the station parking lot closed in April 2015, and passengers are now parking at the adjacent Terraces Parking Garage. Over the past few weeks, we’ve been working with parking management to streamline the parking process and ensure a consistent fee structure for daily riders. Starting Labor Day Weekend, we will be introducing a small change to the parking validation process, plus a $5 maximum daily fee for Capitol Corridor and other Amtrak passengers. Click here for details on parking at the Emeryville station.
Rider Tip: Look Both Ways
September is Rail Safety Month in California, and we want to remind everyone about the importance of being extra cautious around railroad tracks. Remember to always look for trains in both directions! Just because one train has passed by doesn’t mean you’re safe. A train could be coming from the other direction, and you’ll never know unless you check both sides.