Parking varies by station and is often run by the local municipality.
Many of the staffed stations offer validated parking passes with the
purchase of a ticket, so you must ask the station agents for a permit to
display in your car. At other stations you may have to pay for parking.
For parking information specific to your location, please check our Stations
If you need to park your car, lock your bike, buy tickets, or require assistance getting to the platform, we suggest you arrive even earlier – 20 to 30 minutes in advance.
The Capitol Corridor has both staffed and unstaffed stations along our route. Staffed stations have agents available to personally assist with ticket purchases, customer service needs, and questions. Restrooms, bike storage, and other amenities are ...
Capitol Corridor offers designated Quiet Cars on select weekday morning trains only. Trains with Quiet Cars are indicated on the train schedule. Ask your conductor or look for posted signs to determine where the official Quiet Car is located on the ...
Currently, there is no Cafe Car service available on our trains. Passengers may bring their own food on board and consume it at their seat, with the exclusion of alcoholic beverages. In the interim, complimentary snacks and water are available in the ...
Bikes On Board
Can I bring my bike on the train? Yes. You must store your bike on the lower level bike racks or in the designated bike cars of the train. These are usually located either at the end of the train, opposite the locomotive, or the second car from the ...
Local stations served by our service are not owned by the Capitol Corridor but rather by a local entity, usually the city. If you have questions or comments or complaints about a station that are not addressed on our website, please check with the ...