The Stockton ACE station is the first stop on the ACE route.  Rich in railroad history, the City of Stockton is host to three historic train depots, and this iconic Southern Pacific station is the home to ACE and the San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission.

    The Robert J. Cabral Station is named after a pioneer who was part of the group who founded the Commission and the ACE service. A tribute to Cabral is placed at the station next to a traditional clock tower – both a beacon and vision for revitalization that is taking place in the downtown neighborhood.

    The station is five blocks from the San Joaquin Regional Transit District Downtown Transit Center and ten blocks from the beautiful waterfront area.

    This station is one of two in Stockton where travelers board and deboard some Amtrak trains.  Amtrak passengers should be careful to review their tickets to ensure they are going to the right station.


    Lobby, weekdays, 4:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    2 validators (one located on the platform and one in the lobby)


    Two gated parking lots

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    Station Amenities

  • On-site Food and Beverages:
    Lobby: Weekdays, 4:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m
    Validators: There is one validator inside the Cabral Station and another on the platform.
    949 East Channel Street
    Stockton, CA 95202
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