Joint Ticketing

Joint Ticketing

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, certain tickets issued from each of the transit services will be honored. For fare and schedule information, visit Roseville Transit.

  • Capitol Corridor honors only Roseville Transit monthly passes.
  • Roseville Transit honors Capitol Corridor monthly passes.
  • Common stations are Roseville and nearby the Sacramento Amtrak station.
  • The commuter service has 9 routes (both morning and evening).
  • Departs in the morning from the Roseville Amtrak station on Route 3 (6:17 am).
  • Arrives in the evening at the Roseville Amtrak station on Route 4 (5:16 pm) and Route 6 (6:01 pm).
  • 20 bus stops in Downtown Sacramento (approximately).
  • Closest stops to the Sacramento Amtrak station are in the morning at 9th, past I (near La Bou), and the evening stop is at 8th and I.

Placer Commuter Express Bus

Under the joint ticketing arrangement between Placer Commuter Express buses and Capitol Corridor trains and motorcoaches, certain tickets issued from each of the transit services will be honored. For fare and schedule information, visit Placer Commuter Express.

  • Capitol Corridor honors only the monthly Placer Commuter Express passes, PLUS a Step-Up Coupon (effective April 1, 2009).
  • Placer Commuter Express honors Capitol Corridor monthly passes.
  • Common stations are: Auburn, Rocklin, and Sacramento (at J and 4th), 2 blocks from the Sacramento train station.
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