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Sacramento Region Secures Nearly $50 Million for Sacramento Valley Station and Regional Transit Improvements
Sacramento, Calif. (July 8) – A regional partnership led by Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (CCJPA) and its project partners, the City of Sacramento, Sacramento Regional Transit (SacRT), Downtown Railyard Ventures and Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) were awarded read more
With gas prices continuing to rise in California, Golden State travelers are feeling the pinch at the pump. Public transportation is a convenient and economical alternative, and the Capitol Corridor is making it even more affordable by extending its 30% off read more
Our connections to other transit providers bring tremendous value to our riders, and we’re always striving to make those connections smoother for everyone. That’s why, after receiving feedback from the public about the need for better schedule coordination between our read more
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