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Auburn station (California)

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Line(s)  Capitol Corridor
Station code  ARN
Opened  13 May 1865
Platforms in use  1
Tracks  2
Passengers (2015)  14,779  9.8% (Amtrak)
Phone  +1 800-872-7245
Auburn station (California)
Location  277 Nevada Street Auburn, CA 95603
Connections  Gold Country Stage - Route 5
Address  277 Nevada St, Auburn, CA 95603, USA
Similar  Rocklin station, Suisun/Fairfield, Berkeley station, Roseville station, Santa Clara – Great Am

The Auburn station is an Amtrak station in Auburn, California. Located at the corner of Nevada Street and Fulweiler Street, it serves as the northern terminus of the Capitol Corridor line. The station is not staffed. The platform is next to a short spur track off of Track 2 of Union Pacific's route over Donner Pass. Because of the geography of the city, the Union Pacific's mainline tracks are split, with Track 1 running through the eastern side of the city and Track 2 crossing the western side of the city. The California Zephyr bypasses the city on its route between Roseville and Colfax primarily via Track 1. Auburn became a stop on Amtrak's Capitol Corridor in January 1998.

Of the 74 California stations served by Amtrak, Auburn was the 45th-busiest in FY2012, boarding or detraining an average of about 78 passengers daily.

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Auburn station (California) Wikipedia


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