CC Rail Mail – December 20, 2010

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CC Rail Mail – December 20, 2010

Holiday Travel Advisory
New Year’s Eve Service Advisory
Service Advisory for passengers who use the Richmond station

Holiday Travel Advisory
One Ticket, One Seat:
Please be mindful that this will be an extremely busy travel week. As a courtesy to other passengers, please store your carry-on baggage in the luggage racks, overhead bins, or on the floor under your seat to keep seats open for riders during this busy time.

Avoid the Rush:
CCJPA urges passengers to purchase tickets in advance. You can buy online at, at Ticket Kiosk self-ticketing kiosks, or from an agent at staffed stations. Passengers should allow plenty of time at stations prior to departure – at least 45 minutes before, if tickets need to be picked up. Capitol Corridor’s entire timetable, parking, luggage guidelines and ticketing information can be found online at

Weekend/Holiday Schedule:
Capitol Corridor will run on a weekend/holiday schedule on the following days:
Christmas Eve: Friday, December 24
New Years Eve; Friday, December 31

New Year’s Eve Service Advisory
Due to New Year’s Eve events in San Francisco, many of the streets around the Ferry Building and in the Fisherman’s Wharf area will be blocked beginning at 8:00 PM on Friday, December 31, 2010 through 4:00 AM on Saturday, January 1, 2011. As a result, a temporary schedule will be in effect. Please visit to view the schedule changes.

Service Advisory for passengers who use the Richmond station:
Please be aware the electronic Passenger Information Display unit on the Richmond Station platform is currently out of order, and does not display arriving and departing train information. The sign is scheduled to be repaired as soon as possible.
If you use the Richmond Station and are not sure of the destination of an inbound/outbound train, please listen to the audio announcements which are still functioning. If you need further clarification, please ask the Train Conductor after the train comes to a complete stop.
More information about the repair of the signs will be provided when it is available.