The Capitol Corridor operates a dedicated bus service that
connects outlying communities to the Capitol Corridor train route. All buses
are equipped with roomy, reclining seats, overhead reading lights, and baggage
storage space. In some cases, buses are used in lieu of train service. Bus
connections are always highlighted in our schedule to differentiate them from
trains. All bus trips, except those between Emeryville and San Francisco,
require an advance reservation, and with the exception of bus service to/from
South Lake Tahoe, connecting bus travel must be made in conjunction with train
Bus-Only Service - Senate Bill 742
Passage of Senate Bill 742 for Bus-Only Service On January 1, a number of new state bills went into effect, and one in particular impacts the Capitol Corridor. Senate Bill 742 allows Amtrak, a joint powers authority, or any public or private transit ...
Monthly unlimited and 10-ride tickets, as well as most one-way and round-trip tickets, are issued as eTickets, regardless of how they are purchased. These tickets do not have cash value and may be reprinted or accessed on a computer or mobile device ...
The Capitol Corridor, which travels between the Sacramento Valley, Bay Area and San Jose, is an unreserved service with flexible ticket options. This flexibility means that your ticket is valid for travel up to a year from the original travel date ...
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Transit Transfer Program
The Capitol Corridor partners with many connecting transit agencies to provide convenient and free transfers from Capitol Corridor trains to local transit services. While riding the train, ask the conductor for up to two transit transfers, which ...