Altamont Corridor Express
The San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission (SJRRC) owns and operates Altamont Corridor Express
(ACE) rail, which serves commuters between the Northern San Joaquin Valley and the Bay Area.
Lathrop/Manteca ACE Station Improvements
The project will purchase, construct,
and install infrastructure improvements
including a bus pad, ADA compliant ramp,
sidewalk, lighting, and fencing at the
Lathrop/Manteca ACE Station to connect
passengers to the ACE platform.
Altamont Corridor Vision
The Altamont Corridor Vision is a long term plan to establish a universal rail corridor connecting the
San Joaquin Valley and the Tri-Valley to San Jose, Oakland, San Francisco, and the Peninsula. This
project will aid in reducing congestion, decreasing travel time, improving efficiency, and making overall
improvements across the northern California area. See how this project will connect to the Northern
San Joaquin area by viewing the map here.
Stockton Diamond Grade Separation
Unlocking the Most Congested At-Grade Crossing in California
City of Stockton, San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission
The project would grade separate the two north-south UPRR mainline tracks from the
two east-west BNSF mainline tracks. Project scope also includes bike, pedestrian, and
roadway improvements. The project aims to enhance safety and access for residents,
improve reliability of rail services, improve travel time and cost savings and improve air
quality in a disadvantaged area of Downtown Stockton.
Robert J. Cabral Station Track Extension
The Robert J. Cabral Station Track Extension
Project (Project) is proposed to be constructed
within the existing right of way along the Union
Pacific Railroad (UPRR) in Stockton, California.
The Project will construct a separate track,
and associated infrastructure, to provide a
direct connection between the Altamont Corridor
Express (ACE) Rail Maintenance Facility (RMF)
and the Cabral Station platform. The track extension
will allow ACE trains to exit the RMF, operate a short distance on the Sacramento Subdivision
(1,680 Feet), and then switch back onto an extended Cabral Station track (track extension).
Overall, the Project will improve operations by providing a more efficient movement of ACE trains
within the same footprint of the existing railroad infrastructure.