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Caltrain, SamTrans schedules on Thanksgiving, Black Friday

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Riders planning to take Caltrain or SamTrans to their Thanksgiving feasts should note there will be holiday schedules in play both Thursday and Friday.

“SamTrans will operate its regular Sunday schedule on Thanksgiving Day and regular weekday non-school day service the day after Thanksgiving, giving consumers more travel options for the busiest shopping day of the year,” the transit agency said in a statement.

Thanksgiving Day

The Caltrain holiday schedule for tomorrow will run between San Francisco and San Jose Diridon stations, with shuttle service to and from the Tamien station but no train south of San Jose Diridon. Two northbound and southbound Baby Bullet trains will run.

SamTrans will operate its regular Sunday service, which is less frequent than frequent and doesn’t include bus routes serving schools or service that normally doesn’t operate on Sundays.

Black Friday

Caltrain will run a modified schedule between the San Francisco and San Jose Diridon stations that includes one round-trip train between Gilroy and San Francisco, with modified shuttle service between the San Jose Diridon and Tamien Caltrain stations.

SamTrans will operate its regular weekday non-school day service schedule.

For more information on these schedules go: www.caltrain.com/holidays and www.samtrans.com/holidays.

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