Capitol Corridor 10-Ride Ticket Fare Policy Change: Effective August 19, 2013

Linsey Ettlin News Archive, Service Alerts

As part of our ongoing efforts to ensure the safety of our passengers as they travel aboard Capitol Corridor trains, the rules for the 10-ride ticket on the Capitol Corridor will change.

10-Ride Ticket Policy Change

Effective Monday, August 19, 2013, 10-ride tickets issued on August 19, 2013 and beyond will only be valid for the person whose name is printed on the 10-ride ticket. Previously, a 10-ride ticket was valid for multiple passengers to ride.

When this change goes into effect, it will only be valid for 1 person (name on ticket). This means that with the changed fare plan, 10-ride ticket holders with tickets purchased on or after August 19, 2013, endorsed Non-Transferrable, will not be able to use or share rides on their tickets for friends or family members.

However, tickets sold up to August 18th, 2013 will still be transferable until they expire 45 days after the date issued.

If you have any questions about this new policy, please contact the Capitol Corridor at 1-877-9-RIDECC (74-3322).

Thank you for traveling with Amtrak and Capitol Corridor.