July 4 Service to Run on Weekend/Holiday Schedule, Plus Some Holiday-Related Bus Stop Suspensions

Philip Krayna News Archive

In observance of Independence Day, the Capitol Corridor will operate according to the weekend/holiday schedule on Wednesday, July 4, 2018.

Also on July 4, several connecting bus stops along the route will be disrupted due to parades and celebrations.


No service to/from the Pier 39 Fisherman’s Wharf stop between 12 Noon and 12 Midnight. The following connections will be affected:

  • Buses connecting to eastbound trains 742 and 744
  • Buses connecting from westbound trains 727 and 729

All other San Francisco connecting bus stops will have regularly scheduled service. Capitol Corridor passengers going into San Francisco may connect to BART at the Richmond or Oakland Coliseum stations. BART provides direct service to downtown San Francisco. For more information about BART fares and schedules, visit www.bart.gov.


No service to/from the Sparks, NV – Nugget Casino stop all day. The following connections will be affected:

  • Buses connecting from eastbound trains 728 and 732
  • Buses connecting to westbound trains 727, 737, 743, and 749

Passengers will be able to travel by connecting bus as far as Reno, and from there, you can take a Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County (RTC) bus to Sparks. Visit www.rtcwashoe.com/public-transportation for RTC schedule information.


No service to/from the Stateline and Kingsbury stops in South Lake Tahoe all day. Passengers can use the South Y Transit Center stop. The following connections will be affected:

  • Buses connecting from eastbound Train 720
  • Buses connecting to westbound Train 747.


Buses will be temporarily relocated to the Beacon Gas Station lot on Donner Pass Rd. approximately one block from the Truckee Station. This is the same lot used during Truckee Thursdays.