Quiet Cars

Quiet Cars

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 train. We designate Quiet Cars as a courtesy to passengers, and it is subject to change and/or discontinuation.
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