Amtrak San Joaquins

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Oakland, Sacramento - Bakersfield


San Joaquins - Information by managing agency, San Joaquins Joint Powers Authority.


BSicon LOGO Amtrak2.svg San Joaquins is an Amtrak California (state sponsored regional Amtrak) train service between Bay Area, Sacramento and Bakersfield through the Central Valley. Trains run about every 2-3 hours daily. Thruway buses provide additional connections to the Yosemite Valley, San Jose, and Los Angeles.

Only coach seats are available. Each car on the train can carry 3 bicycles. Free wifi service are available.

News/advisory

Route and stations

BSicon lINT.svg - Staffed station
Capitol Corridor, Coast Starlight
Oakland
Emeryville
Connecting bus to San Francisco
Richmond
BART
Martinez
Capitol Corridor and other Amtrak routes
Antioch
RT Light Rail
Sacramento
Lodi
Stockton
Stockton (Channel St)
(San Joaquin St)
Altamont Corridor Express
Modesto
Denair
Merced
Madera
Fresno
Hanford
Corcoran
Wasco
Bakersfield
Connecting bus to Southern California

Map

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Thruway bus connections

Timed connections are available to these routes:

San Joaquins connection
San Joaquins connection
Capitol Corridor, San Joaquins, Coast Starlight, California Zephyr connection
Pacific Surfliner, San Joaquins connections
Capitol Corridor, San Joaquins connection
Capitol Corridor, San Joaquins connection
Capitol Corridor, San Joaquins connection
Pacific Surfliner, Capitol Corridor connections
San Joaquins connection
Sacramento - South Lake Tahoe intercity bus
Merced - Mariposa - Yosemite National Park
Summer service: Fresno - Yosemite National Park