Special Events

Sporting Events

San Francisco Giants at Oracle Park 

The San Francisco Caltrain station is one block from Oracle Park, and is the best way to get to the Park without the stress of driving and parking.

San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium

Caltrain is your best option to get to Levi's Stadium. Caltrain operates special service to 49ers home games and other special events at the stadium.  

San Jose Earthquakes at Avaya Stadium

Soccer fans know they won’t be given a yellow card for taking the smart way to the game: Caltrain.

San Jose Sharks at SAP Center  

With the San Jose Diridon Caltrain Station located just across the street from SAP Center at San Jose, hockey fans can leave the driving to Caltrain.

Stanford Football at Stanford Stadium 

Caltrain has made Stanford part of its game plan for home games.

Music, Holiday & Miscellaneous Events  

Rolling Stones at Levi's Stadium - Sunday, Aug. 18 at 7:30 p.m.

Fans heading to the Rolling Stones concert at Levi’s can make Caltrain a part of the experience. Caltrain will be operating a regular Sunday schedule. Get off at the Mountain View station and transfer to VTA light rail Winchester Line (902) to Levi’s Stadium. Post-concert Service: Caltrain will run one extra northbound train that will depart approximately 75 minutes, or when full, after the concert and make all weekend stops to San Francisco in coordination with VTA light rail connecting service. Save some time in line and purchase an Adult Joint VTA/Caltrain Day Pass on the Caltrain Mobile Ticketing App. The pass will be good all day on both Caltrain and VTA light rail.  

Holiday Train

The Caltrain Holiday Train, a Bay Area tradition since 2001, is a free family event that brings together thousands of local community members in the spirit of joy and giving.

Celebration Train

The Annual Celebration Train offers communities from San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties an opportunity to come together and commemorate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King. The Celebration Train is free of charge and open to all. 



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