January Track Work Project Temporary Schedule in Effect

Luna Salaver What's New

Starting Monday, January 18, Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) will begin Phase 1 of a two-phase track infrastructure project, which will affect Capitol Corridor service. Phase 1 involves upgrading tracks between Capitol Corridor’s Suisun/Fairfield and Sacramento stations. To accommodate UPRR work crews, from Monday, January 18 through Sunday, February 14, Capitol Corridor will run on a modified schedule and a bus …

2010-2011 Draft Business Plan & Public Workshops

Linsey Ettlin What's New

The CCJPA has released a draft version of its 2010-2011 Business Plan. Members of the community are invited to provide input and comments on this draft. In conjunction with this release, Capitol Corridor will be holding public workshops to discuss the business plan, as well as future plans for the Capitol Corridor. View the draft business plan and public workshop …

Issue 38, December 2009 – from David Kutrosky, CCJPA Managing Director

Philip Krayna Message To Riders, What's New

Dear Riders: Last month, the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (CCJPA) Board of Directors bid farewell to retiring Managing Director Eugene (Gene) Skoropowski, and I was appointed as his replacement. As an introduction, I worked with Gene for 10 years, the last four as his deputy. Gene was a great mentor, friend and colleague and it was a pleasure to …

Message from the Managing Director – December 8, 2009

Linsey Ettlin CC Rail Mail & Newsletters, Service Alerts, What's New

Dear Riders, I want to apologize for the train delays that many of you experienced this morning. A variety of factors affected this morning’s service, including the unusually cold weather Northern California is experiencing. The frigid temperatures froze many of the switches at the Sacramento Station overnight, and these switches had to be defrosted and manually aligned by qualified railroad …