Los Angeles – On Monday, Oct. 14, Metrolink will begin operating a new schedule reflecting feedback from its customers. The new schedule adds train frequency, improves connections between lines, and allows riders to arrive at their destinations at more convenient times.
On the Orange County Line, the new schedule includes more trains connecting Orange County and Los Angeles, including new midday trains. Additionally, train 682 will depart LA Union Station 20 minutes earlier and arrive at the Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo Station at 7:50 a.m. to help commuters get to work by 8 a.m.
91/Perris Valley Line commuters will see an improvement to their weekday schedule with a fourth westbound roundtrip added between Perris and Los Angeles arriving at Union Station at 8:45 a.m. There will be an additional eastbound afternoon train leaving Los Angeles at 5 p.m. Weekend service will be available from all Perris Valley stations to downtown Los Angeles, allowing riders to explore events, arts, food and more – for just $10 for each weekend day.
The new schedule also includes minor adjustments on the Riverside, San Bernardino and Inland Empire-Orange County lines to improve connections and reduce delays.
Metrolink makes changes to its schedule in October and April of every year, reflecting customer feedback and opportunities to improve its service.
For a list of all the schedule changes visit: metrolinktrains.com/schedulechange
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Metrolink is Southern California’s commuter rail service enabling people to connect to their jobs and explore all that the region has to offer. Every year, Metrolink has nearly 12 million boardings from people who ditch their cars to avoid gridlock, removing an estimated 8.9 million vehicles from the roads and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 128,700 metric tons. Metrolink is the largest commuter rail agency in California and the third largest in the United States operating seven lines along a 538-mile network that travels across Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties.