Sacramento Valley Amtrak Train Station and Thruway Bus Station
Opened by the Southern Pacific Railroad in 1926, the station is a key component in a large-scale development project to create a modern multimodal transportation hub and transform acres of former railyards north of the station into a new urban neighborhood.
Located at 401 I Street on the corner of Fifth Street. It is the 2nd busiest station in California, and 7th busiest Amtrak Station in America, with thousands of riders a day and over a million passengers per year. Today it is served by 40 daily Amtrak and Amtrak California trains, many Amtrak Thruway Motorcoaches, plus the newest extension of the Sacramento Regional Transit District light rail Gold Line and the Route 30 bus serving Sacramento State University.