Caltain is hoping to give a little satisfaction to Rolling Stones fans this weekend.
The rail line is adding extra service after Sunday night’s Stones concert at Levi’s Stadium. In addition to regular Sunday schedule, the rail line will have a special northbound train leaving from Mountain View about 75 minutes after the concert, or when the cars are full.
The northbound train will make all local stops between Mountain View and San Francisco. The special service will coordinate with VTA light rail connections, the rail agency announced.
Concertgoers can catch Caltrain to the Mountain View station, then transfer to VTA light rail for a lift to and from Levi’s Stadium. Riders can purchase a joint Caltrain and VTA day pass to cover the round-trip fare.
The Rolling Stones concert is scheduled for 7:30 pm, Sunday, Aug. 18. It’s expected to roll past the 10 p.m. Sunday curfew imposed by the City of Santa Clara. Online set lists hint the Stone’s set will hit two hours — and that doesn’t include time for the opening act and intermission.
The Levi’s Stadium show was rescheduled from May 18 after lead singer Mick Jagger underwent heart surgery. The classic rockers are on their No Filter tour, making their first visit to the Bay Area in six years.
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