Ride the Rails for FREE Today May 6

ACE Train Celebrates Customer Appreciation Day – Today Ride for FREE!

This from ACE Train:
SAN JOSÉ, Calif. ~ Altamont Commuter Express (ACE) is proud to celebrate Customer Appreciation Day in conjunction with National Train Day on May 6th. Whether you are a veteran rider or a new comer, ACE train will be providing free transportation, refreshments and an easy commute.

ACE works to provide a quality commute for all passengers. Many of its riders spend a significant amount of time in the trains traveling to and from work so this day is meant to celebrate the ACE rider and thank them for their loyalty.

“Our riders have been incredibly supportive of the ACE service, some since the very beginning 12 years ago,” said Thomas Reeves, Manager of Public Affairs and Community Relations. “Offering this free day of travel is one way the San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission can show its appreciation for its passengers and also show off the train to those who may be considering an alternative mode of transportation to work.”

To commemorate this day, current ACE monthly passholders will receive 10% off their June pass.

National Train Day, which takes place on May 7th, is a day that commemorates the 142nd anniversary of the first transcontinental railroad. By celebrating this day in conjunction with Passenger Appreciation Day, ACE brings to life the rich narrative of how trains have transformed America while appreciating those customers who continue to use ACE rail.

About Altamont Commuter Express:

The Altamont Commuter Express (ACE) provides passenger rail service from the Central Valley to the Bay Area. The train operates weekdays with stations in San Joaquin County, Alameda County and Santa Clara County. The San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission (SJRRC) owns and operates the Altamont Commuter Express. Visit www.acerail.com for schedules, fares and more information.

D’Andre Berry
Public Information Officer
Mobile: (209) 649-5079

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