Commuter Benefits

Commuter Benefits

If you travel between home and work on the Capitol Corridor, you may be eligible to take advantage of employer-sponsored programs that save you
money on public transit. Ask your employer’s human resources or benefits office for details about what programs they offer.

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      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 ...
    • Ticket Changes

      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 ...
    • Types of Tickets

      One-Way or Round-Trip These tickets are good for one-way or round-trip travel between two stations. Monthly Unlimited Monthly tickets are sold at a discounted fare and allow for unlimited rides between the stations listed on the ticket, or any ...
    • Ten-Ride (90-Day)

      Planning to ride Capitol Corridor frequently, but want an option that offers more flexibility than a monthly pass? We recommend using the ten-ride ticket, which is sold at a discounted fare and are valid for 10 one-way rides within a 90-day period ...
    • Bus-Only Service - Senate Bill 742

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