Transit Transfer Program

Transit Transfer Program

The Capitol Corridor partners with many connecting transit agencies to provide convenient and free transfers from Capitol Corridor trains to local transit services. While riding the train, ask the conductor for up to two transit transfers, which entitle you to free connections on local transit lines. Transit transfers are good for transfers at train stations only. For more information on all participating transit agencies, visit the Connections page of our website, www.capitolcorridor.org/connections.

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