Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (CCJPA) and its riders showed ongoing resilience during FY2022 as the pandemic continued to impact the world we live, work, and ride in. Because of our strong commitment to uninterrupted and flexible service, we are happy to report that our ridership and revenue doubled this year, leaping from 354,373 passengers and $8.13 million in revenue in FY2021 to 705,365 passengers and $17.8 million in revenue in FY2022. As times change, we have remained responsive to the new needs of our riders. This year, we extended the time riders can use their 10-day ride pass from 60 to 90 days, as well as introduced specials to support groups and families who frequently ride with us. We also moved forward on two key projects: expanding rail travel from Sacramento to Roseville and improving travel times and reliability on the Oakland South Bay connection. With ongoing support at the state and federal levels, we remain optimistic for a bright future as we continue to align our service to the new reality. Check out our video with a recap of the year from outgoing Chair Don Saylor and Managing Director Rob Padgette.