CCJPA currently provides passenger rail service between Sacramento and Roseville, by agreement, over the track owned and operated by Union Pacific Railroad Company. To meet both freight and passenger rail capacity requirements as well as ensure the on-going safety and viability of railroad operations in the corridor, if CCJPA is to increase its existing passenger service from one daily round trip to ten daily round trips, UPRR requires infrastructure improvements along the shared rail alignment to be funded by CCJPA. The proposed Capitol Corridor project is between the existing Sacramento Valley Station to the existing City of Roseville Station (Figure 1 and 2). The footprint of the project will be in UPRR's right-of-way (except for two minor areas where the ROW will need to but will need to extend slightly out of the ROW. The project will make improvements to eleven existing rail bridges and will involve one new American River crossing and other minor channel crossings as well as a minor reconfiguration of the City of Roseville station to accommodate increased Capitol Corridor service in the future.
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