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Roseville, CA (RSV)

Opened in 1995, the intermodal center draws inspiration from classic Southern Pacific Railroad standard depots. In addition to a passenger waiting room, it includes commercial space.

Station Facts

Roseville, CA Station Photo

Roseville, California

201 Pacific Street Roseville, CA 95678

Station Hours

Annual Station Revenue (2015)
Annual Station Ridership (2015)


Facility Ownership City of Roseville
Parking Lot Ownership City of Roseville
Platform Ownership Union Pacific Railroad
Track Ownership Union Pacific Railroad


45 Long Term Parking Spaces 8 Short Term Parking Spaces Accessible Payphones
Accessible Platform Accessible Restrooms Accessible Ticket Office
Accessible Waiting Room Accessible Water Fountain Dedicated Parking
Quik Trak Kiosk Restrooms Wheelchair Lift

Routes Served

  • California Zephyr
  • Capitol Corridor


Alex Khalfin
Regional Contact
For information about Amtrak fares and schedules, please call 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).

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Station History

The current two-story, wood-framed Roseville Intermodal Center was constructed in 1995. This structure is an updated version of an original Southern Pacific Railroad standard station plan and is true to that design and layout except for modern updates of the electrical and plumbing systems. The first floor has a waiting area for Amtrak and intercity and local bus passengers, while a travel agency is located on the second floor.

Roseville was occupied by the Maidu Indian tribe until 1849 when it was settled as an agricultural community by disappointed gold seekers. In 1864, track was laid in Roseville in order to continue the western half of the transcontinental railroad. Eventually the town became a trading post for farmers from the region. The Southern Pacific freight yard was relocated here from Rocklin in 1908. The growth of the railroad brought more citizens and further development to the town. Subsequently, Roseville Yard grew to become the largest rail yard in California.

Amtrak does not provide ticketing or baggage services at this facility, which is served by four daily trains. The Capitol Corridor route is primarily financed and operated in partnership with the State of California. It is managed by the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (CCJPA), which partners with Amtrak, the Union Pacific Railroad, Caltrans and the communities comprising the CCJPA to continue development of a cost-effective, viable and safe intercity passenger rail service.