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San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission Relaunches Trains, Wi-Fi

The San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission (SJRRC) is pleased to announce the reintroduction of the Altamont Corridor Express ACE 05 and ACE 06 back to the schedule, and the relaunch of their new and improved Next-Gen Wi-Fi System.

Marketing Manager, David Lipari stated, “We have been watching our ridership, the pandemic environment, and funding resources to determine the best time to reintroduce our suspended trains. With a slight increase in ridership, vaccine distribution progressing, and vital federal relief funding, we’re excited to reintroduce ACE 05 and ACE 06. In addition, we’re excited to resume offering free Wi-Fi onboard on the same day. Both of these actions show our commitment to putting our riders first.”

The services were reintroduced in early May.

For riders who relied on the service prior to COVID-19, and still had to commute, can once again rely on the comfort of the ACE train to get them there without the hassle of the commute.

ACE’s top priority is the health and safety of onboard personnel and passengers. ACE continues to follow recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and State and local public health orders when implementing preventative measures and will do all that they can to keep our riders healthy and happy.

The MyACEWiFi service will keep you connected while you travel. Whether you’re answering emails, joining a conference call, or looking up the latest scores, MyACEWiFi is your connection while you’re onboard.

The ACE train service is a growing commuter rail service that serves passengers Monday through Friday with service from Stockton to San Jose with stops in Lathrop/Manteca, Tracy, Vasco, Livermore, Pleasanton, Fremont, Great America, and Santa Clara.

For additional information on the ACE Train schedule, please visit: