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Amtrak Capitol Corridor

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San Jose - Oakland - Sacramento - Auburn

Capitol Corridor web site

The Capitol Corridor is a regional Amtrak train service between the Bay Area, Sacramento, and Auburn. Trains run every 1 to 2 hours daily.

Only coach cars are available on this route.


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Thruway bus connections

Timed connections are available to these routes:

Santa Cruz - San Jose Diridon Station (Weekday/weekend) - San Jose State University (Weekday)


Capitol Corridor is an intercity service. The trains feature cafe cars where beverages and snacks are sold. This train does not provide checked baggage service. Only coach-class seating is available.

Bicycle access bike

Cars that have a bicycle decal by the doors have a rack on the lower level that can accommodate 3 bicycles. You will need to provide your own bungee cord to secure your bike. If the bike rack is full, bikes are generally be placed and secured in vacant spaces on the lower level of the bike car.