Track Work Project Extended through March 4, 2007

Linsey Ettlin CC Rail Mail & Newsletters

1. Track Work Project Extended through March 4, 2007
2. Survey for business travelers and frequent riders
3. Wi-Fi Update

1. Track Work Project Extended through March 4, 2007

Regular Schedule Resumes March 5, 2007
The current track work project on the Capitol Corridor line has been extended through March 4, 2007. Union Pacific needs more time than originally anticipated to complete the project.
Through March 4, 2007, the following trains will remain temporarily suspended:
Eastbound Trains: 518, 526, 530, 534
Westbound Trains: 527, 531, 533, 541
*Train 529 will go thru to San Jose
Passengers can expect some minor delays on other trains through March 4th as track work is completed. Click here to view the temporary schedule.
The Capitol Corridor will resume its regular schedule on Monday, March 5, 2007. At that time, service will be restored on trains that were temporarily suspended due to the track work project. Also at that time, ALL trains will operate on the regular schedule (published December 1, 2006). Copies of the regular schedule can be found at stations and on the website at:
Thank you for understanding that this track work is part of a multi-year upgrade project designed to keep the railroad in good condition so that trains can operate reliably.
For more information and train schedules, call 1-877-9-RIDECC or visit

2. Are you a business traveler who uses Capitol Corridor to get to work? Are you a frequent rider on Capitol Corridor?

The Telephone Research Center, a national opinion research firm, is conducting a research study about transportation on behalf of Amtrak/Capitol Corridor. This survey is being conducted for research purposes only, and your opinions are important to us. The information that we gather will help us improve our service to you.
If you are willing to participate and are a business traveler or frequent rider of Amtrak/Capitol Corridor, please record your name, telephone number, and the best time for us to call you on our website using the link below; and we will get definitely get back to you for an interview.

3. Click here for the latest update about Wi-Fi aboard Capitol Corridor trains.