Carry-On Luggage

Carry-On Luggage

Passengers are allowed to have two carry on items when riding the Capitol Corridor. Carry on items cannot exceed 50 lbs with dimensions that do not exceeding 28” x 22” x 14”. The two-piece limit for carry-on bags does not apply to personal items such as briefcases, purses, laptops, and baby paraphernalia such as strollers, diaper bags, and car seats. All carry-on items, like on a plane, must be placed in the overhead bins or under the seat in front of you. Keep seats open for other riders by storing baggage appropirately. Capitol Corridor does not offer checked baggage service, and oversized items and baggage are not allowed on the trains.

Please be aware following items are prohibited onboard the train: non-service animals, firearms and ammunition, hover boards, corrosive or dangerous chemicals and materials, incendiaries, martial arts and self-defense items, archery equipment, devices containing propellants, sharp objects, and similar items. For a complete and detailed list of prohibited items, visit the Amtrak website.

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