The lost and found is located at the Sacramento Station. Please call 916-444-7907 and leave a message or email [email protected] with a detailed description of the item you lost, along with the date of travel and the train number you were riding or the station you visited.
Can I bring animals on board?
The only animals allowed on board are service animals. Service animals are animals that have been trained to perform a specific task for the benefit of a person with a disability. Animals that are for emotional support, security, or comfort are not considered service animals, and you cannot bring them on board. You must have control over your service animal …
Does the train accommodate wheelchairs?
Yes. The train can accommodate standard wheelchairs, either manual or battery-powered, that do not exceed 30” wide and 48” long. The combined weight of the passenger and the wheelchair cannot exceed 600 lbs. Wheelchair accessible bathrooms are located on the bottom floors of each car. Read more about accessibility on Capitol Corridor.
Can my child ride the train without adult supervision?
Children 16 and older can travel unaccompanied without restriction, but must have valid photo identification when purchasing tickets and when on board the train or when riding buses. Children 13, 14, and 15 years old may only ride unaccompanied in accordance with the conditions of Amtrak’s Unaccompanied Minor Policy. If your child is 12 years old or younger, they are …
Is food available on the train?
Yes. With Café Cars on all Capitol Corridor trains (exceptions on Train 549 and Train 550) passengers can purchase premium sandwiches, fresh salads, snacks, beverages, and more! Enjoy your purchase in the Café Car’s dining seating or take it back to your seat in the passenger car. You may also bring your own food on board but outside food is …
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