Nominations for National Train Day Golden STAR Award

Linsey Ettlin What's New

On May 10, 1869, in Promontory Summit, Utah, the “golden spike” was driven into the final tie that joined 1,776 miles of the Central Pacific and Union Pacific railways, ceremonially creating the nation’s first transcontinental railroad. To commemorate that auspicious occasion, the second Saturday in May has been designated as “National Train Day.” The third annual NTD will be held …

Service Advisory: Delays to midday trains March 8-15, 2010

Linsey Ettlin Service Alerts, What's New

Union Pacific track crews will return on March 8th to finish the tie renewal project between Richmond and Oakland. During this time period, Capitol Corridor will continue to operate all trains on our full, regular schedule published October 26, 2009. Since Union Pacific work crews will be occupying one of the main tracks between Richmond and Oakland to complete the …

Service Advisory: Regular Schedule on Monday, March 1st

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

Capitol Corridor was just notified by Union Pacific, that they have elected to pull back the work crews doing the tie renewal project along the Capitol Corridor between Richmond and Oakland. It is unclear when the work crews will return to finish the track work. As such, beginning tomorrow, March 1st, Capitol Corridor trains will operate on the full, normal …

CC Rail Mail – Feb. 19, 2010

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

Capitol Corridor News – February 19, 2010 1. Phase 2 of the Track work project: February 22- March 3, 2010 2. Ridership Survey Results 3. Notice about parking at Emeryville Station 4. Reminder: Don’t be a Seat Hog ********************************************************************** Phase 2 of the Track Work Project: February 22- March 3, 2010 ********************************************************************** Here are the details about the Union Pacific …