Pet Policy

Pet Policy

Only certified service animals are allowed on board Capitol Corridor trains.

Service animals that are trained to perform a specific task for the benefit of a person with a disability are permitted on board trains. Any animals accompanying you to provide emotional support, security, or comfort are not considered a service animal and are therefore not permitted on board Capitol Corridor trains. Conductors are entitled to ask what task or function your animal performs in order to accommodate travel. If permitted, a service animal must sit under your seat or at your feet and is not allowed in the aisle or on seats.

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