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Altamont Corridor Express

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Altamont Commuter Express is a weekday only regional rail service from Stockton to San Jose through the Altamont Pass. In Pleasanton, ACE riders can transfer to BART via a shuttle. In Santa Clara and San Jose, ACE trains connect with Caltrain and VTA Light Rail, along with shuttles to various employers and other destinations.


ACE web site



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Route and stations

<simpletable sep=semicolon cellspacing=0 cellpadding=0> align=right| Stations; ; Transfer to align=right| Stockton; Stnstart.png; Amtrak align=right| Lathrop/Manteca; Stn.png align=right| Tracy; Stn.png align=right| Vasco; Stn.png align=right| Livermore; Stn.png align=right| Pleasanton; Stn.png align=right| Fremont/Centerville; Stn.png; Amtrak align=right| Santa Clara/Great America; Stn.png; VTA Light Rail align=right| Santa Clara; Stn.png; Caltrain align=right| San Jose Diridon; Stnend.png; Caltrain and VTA Light Rail </simpletable>


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Customer service

(800) 411-7245
949 East Channel Street, Stockton, CA 95202
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949 East Channel Street, Stockton, CA 95202