San Joaquin Street station
|Location||735 South San Joaquin Street|
Stockton, CA 95203
|Owned by||BNSF Railway|
|Line(s)||BNSF Stockton Subdivision|
|Platforms||1 side platform, 1 island platform|
|Passengers (2017)||297,699 5.11%|
San Joaquin Street station, also known as Stockton – San Joaquin Street, is an Amtrak station in Stockton, California. Originally built for the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, it is a stop for trains on Amtrak's San Joaquin line between Oakland and Bakersfield. The Mission Revival style building cost $24,470 to construct, and includes typical design features such as stuccoed walls, a red tile roof and shady arcades.
The San Joaquin Street station is one of two Amtrak stations in Stockton. San Joaquin trains running between Sacramento and Bakersfield, as well as Altamont Corridor Express (ACE) trains, use the Robert J. Cabral Station closer to downtown. Stockton is thus one of the smallest cities in North America with two separate, full-fledged intercity train stations.
In fiscal year 2012, San Joaquin Street station was the seventeenth-busiest of Amtrak's 74 California stations, boarding or detraining an average of about 761 passengers daily.
Platforms and tracks
|Northbound||■ San Joaquin||toward Oakland – Jack London Square (Antioch–Pittsburg)|
|Southbound||■ San Joaquin||toward Bakersfield (Modesto)|}