Metrolink

The official Metrolink App is like having a ticket machine in your pocket. Your device is your ticket! Buy a ticket anywhere, anytime - in seconds. With the Metrolink App, you can securely purchase Metrolink One-Way, Round-Trip tickets, 7-Day, Monthly and Weekend Day Passes in seconds. Purchasing a ticket is easy: select your trip & ticket type, enter your payment card information.

All Metrolink stations provide ticket vending machines (TVM's) for your ticket purchase. Metrolink TVM's accept cash, credit and debit cards, Corporate Quick Cards and promotional codes for payment. Later this year, Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Google Pay, and transit vouchers can be used to purchase tickets. Metrolink operates a commuter rail system in the city of Los Angeles, CA and the surrounding area. The system serves Los Angeles County, San Diego County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County and Ventura County.

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The system is consisted of seven lines:

91/Perris Valley Line
Antelope Valley Line
Inland Empire-Orange County Line
Orange County Line
Riverside Line
San Bernardino Line
Ventura County Line
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Station information

Schedules

Timetables

Map

How to take Metrolink

Before boarding the trains, buy your train ticket from a Metrolink ticket machine. Fares on Metrolink are determined by the distance you plan to travel. Metrolink uses the proof of payment system and passengers caught without a valid ticket or pass are subject to eviction and/or citation.

Metrolink Routes

Check the schedule for departure time. If the station features multiple platforms, see destination signs (on the side of the train) or check with train or station crews for the correct train. The train conductor will announce the train stop before arrival, so be prepared to exit the train before the train stops.

Bicycle access

All Metrolink trains allow 3 bikes per car. Use the velcro straps to secure the bicycle. Some trains (mostly on the Orange County Line and San Bernardino Line) offer a designated bike car with 18 bike spots.

Disabled access

Metrolink is accessible to people with disabilities at all stations. Disabled riders should wait on top of the mini-high platform. To board those trains, conductors will deploy a ramp to bridge the gap between the vehicle and the mini-high platform.

News

Metrolink Crash

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