Connecting Bus Service
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 ...
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 ...
Bikes on Buses
Most connecting buses can accommodate a limited number of bicycles on a first-come, first-served basis. Storage on most buses is underneath the motor coach in the luggage compartment, and some buses also have front-end bike racks. Amtrak and the ...
The CCJPA currently participates in joint ticketing programs with Roseville Transit and Placer Commuter Express Bus Roseville Transit Under the joint ticketing arrangement between Roseville Transit buses and Capitol Corridor trains and motorcoaches, ...
Passenger Age Restrictions
Children 12 years old and under are required to be accompanied by an adult who is at least 18 years old. Children who are 13, 14, or 15 may travel unaccompanied in accordance with Amtrak’s Unaccompanied Minor Policy. This policy includes the ...