Metrolink rings in the holidays with the Holiday Toy Express, Santa’s glittering train.
The west coast’s largest commuter rail system, Metrolink, celebrated 20 years of service on Friday. To date, Metrolink has transported more than 100 million people throughout Southern California.
Metrolink unveiled its fully equipped Positive Train Control (PTC) test train at an event hosted by Metrolink Board Chair Richard Katz and the Metrolink Board.
Metrolink has partnered with local businesses near its stations to allow riders to take advantage of discounted goods and services, adding more value to patronage.
Additional Metrolink service began this month in Orange County.
Metrolink services to and from Oldham Mumps are scheduled to open to the public for the first time in June, subject to final testing.
On Monday July 2, Metrolink will add an additional round-trip from Riverside to Laguna Niguel and back on the Inland Empire-Orange County line.
Metrolink Chief Executive Officer John Fenton has announced that he will step down from his post at Metrolink after leading a two-year comprehensive reorganization that has put in place new leadership, policies and standards that have increased ridership and enhanced safety in the region.
This month, Metrolink will complete the first phase of implementation of a $1.6 million upgrade to its communication system that will provide passengers with more timely train schedule information and status updates at Metrolink train stations.
Metrolink invites you to celebrate Earth Day this year by taking public transportation on Sunday, April 22.
New special service from downtown Riverside added this year, service from Los Angeles and Orange County to continue.
California Transportation Commission (CTC) allocated $ 3.7 million to fund safety enhancements to one of Metrolink’s busiest crossings, the Broadway/Brazil crossing in Glendale.