Correction regarding suspended trains Linsey Ettlin CC Rail Mail & Newsletters

The CC Rail Mail sent earlier today, January 16, 2007, incorrectly listed the trains that will be temporarily suspended.
The following weekday trains WILL NOT OPERATE from January 17, 2007-February 21, 2007:
Eastbound trains: #518, #526, #530, #534
Westbound trains: #527, #531, #533, #541
(#529 will operate thru to San Jose)
We apologize for any confusion.
View Capitol Corridor’s temporary timetable, effective January 17, 2007 through February 21, 2007. Or, for information visit www.capitolcorridor.org or call 1-877-9-RIDE-CC.
See below for full message with corrected trains:

January 16, 2007: Track work begins January 17th

Effective January 17th, Capitol Corridor trains will experience a temporary service disruption. Union Pacific will be upgrading track infrastructure (primarily railroad ties & bridges) between Richmond and the north side of the Martinez-Benicia drawbridge, installing approximately 40,000 new wood ties at their own expense. This is the first installment of a multi-year track upgrade project between Oakland and Sacramento, which will keep the railroad in good condition so trains can operate reliably.
There will be a six-week suspension on weekdays of some morning and mid-day trains during the construction period to give the track workers time to do the rebuilding. These weekday trains WILL NOT OPERATE from January 17, 2007-February 21, 2007:
Eastbound trains: #518, #526, #530, #534
Westbound trains: #527, #531, #533, #541
(#529 will operate thru to San Jose)
Other trains will operate (some with adjusted schedules), although some trains passing through the work area between 8am and 3pm might also experience a few minutes delay.
We apologize for the inconvenience of this track work construction, but rest assured that in the long run, this maintenance will help us deliver a more reliable Capitol Corridor service.