Capitol Corridor Sacramento Valley Station to Receive $6.2 Million in Federal High-Speed Rail Funds

Luna Salaver What's New

The Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority is pleased that a portion of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s $80 million in Recovery Act High-Speed Intercity Passenger Rail (HSIPR) funds, released on May 27, will go towards improving the Capitol Corridor train service. The $6.2 million award to the City of Sacramento will be used to help fund the $43 million track …

Capitol Corridor to Help Fight Hunger-One Stop at a Time

Luna Salaver What's New

Capitol Corridor, in partnership with Amtrak and six northern California food banks, today launched the “Fight Hunger-One Stop at a Time” food drive. From June 1 to June 15, 2010, Capitol Corridor and Amtrak will have food collection bins at seven Amtrak/Capitol Corridor stations from Sacramento to San Jose. This is the first time these entities have joined efforts to …

CC Rail Mail – May 6, 2010

Priscilla Kalugdan CC Rail Mail & Newsletters, What's New

Capitol Corridor News – May 6, 2010 In this issue: – Kids Ride Free on Weekends! – National Train Day returns on Saturday, May 8th – New Schedule Effective Monday May 10! – Motorcoach Bus Stops – Policy Reminder – Wicked: Spring savings on San Francisco’s Favorite Musical – Fight Breast Cancer – Bra Art Auction – New Platform Message …