New Funding, New Enhancements to the Capitol Corridor

Karen Bakar What's New

Over the past year, the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (CCJPA) has received $93 million through the 2017 Road Repair and Accountability Act, also known as Senate Bill 1 or SB 1. Every year, this new source of state transportation funds will provide the CCJPA with $5 million, and every two years, the CCJPA will be eligible to compete for …

Santa Clara-Great America Station: Parking Policy Change

Marques Cook Service Alerts, What's New

New Parking Policy for Yellow Lot #3 During Event Weekends Please note there is a new parking policy being enforced for Yellow Lot #3 during all event weekends effective Thursday, September 27. To ensure that this lot has available spaces for people attending weekend events, Capitol Corridor and ACE customers may not park there for the weekend. Any vehicle parked …

Pier 39 Bus Stop Suspended October 5-7 During Fleet Week

Karen Bakar What's New

Due to Fleet Week, all bus service to/from the Pier 39/Fisherman’s Wharf (SFW) bus stop will be suspended from Friday, October 5 through Sunday, October 7. While no buses will stop at SFW, all buses will stop at the Transbay Temporary Terminal (SFC). From the Temporary Terminal, passengers may walk three blocks to the San Francisco Muni F Market and Wharves …

San Francisco Bus Delays Expected, September 26

Karen Bakar What's New

Updated: Wednesday, September 26, 9pm The Transbay Transit Center, as well as Fremont St., will remain closed through at least October 5. While this does not directly impact Capitol Corridor’s connecting bus service, passengers may experience delays due to increased traffic on surrounding surface streets. Updated: Wednesday, September 26, 7:30am Passengers who use Capitol Corridor’s connecting bus service for travel …

Please Adhere to the One Ticket, One Seat Policy

Karen Bakar What's New

With ridership on the Capitol Corridor continuing to show robust growth, some peak trains have become more crowded, making it increasingly important for riders to respect each other’s space and abide by our “One Ticket, One Seat” policy. This means that the ticket you purchase entitles you to use only one seat; you may not use additional seats to store …