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List of Metrolink (California) stations

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A map of the Metrolink system showing service from 2007
A map of the Metrolink system showing service from 2007

Metrolink is the commuter rail system serving Los Angeles, California, United States and the greater Los Angeles area of Southern California. The system is governed by the Southern California Regional Rail Authority and operated under contract by Amtrak,[1] serving five counties in the region—Orange, Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura—as well as Oceanside in San Diego County. The system stops at 62 stations along seven lines, with a total route length of 534 miles (859 km).[2]

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Union Station in Los Angeles serves as a hub for Metrolink, with six out of seven Metrolink lines terminating at the station.
Union Station in Los Angeles serves as a hub for Metrolink, with six out of seven Metrolink lines terminating at the station.
Metrolink lines[2]
Line Route length Stations Termini Average weekday ridership
(Q1 2017–2018)
83.8 miles (134.9 km) 12 Los Angeles Union Station (west)
South Perris (east)
2,810
76.6 miles (123.3 km) 11 Los Angeles Union Station (south)
Lancaster (north)
5,793
100.1 miles (161.1 km) 15 Oceanside (south)
San Bernardino–Downtown (north)
5,544
87.2 miles (140.3 km) 14 Oceanside (south)
Los Angeles Union Station (north)
8,657
58.8 miles (94.6 km) 7 Los Angeles Union Station (west)
Riverside-Downtown (east)
4,274
56.5 miles (90.9 km) 14 Los Angeles Union Station (west)
San Bernardino–Downtown (east)
9,141
76.6 miles (123.3 km) 12 East Ventura (west)
Los Angeles Union Station (east)
3,854

Stations

Termini
Burbank station
Burbank station
Fontana station
Fontana station
Orange station
Orange station
Chatsworth station
Chatsworth station
Fullerton station
Fullerton station
Claremont station
Claremont station
Station Line(s)[note 1] Rail connections Location Date opened References
Anaheim Anaheim December 6, 2014 [3][4][5]
Anaheim Canyon Anaheim August 5, 1996 [6][7]
Baldwin Park Baldwin Park May 24, 1993
Buena Park Buena Park September 4, 2007 [10][11]
Burbank–Downtown Burbank October 26, 1992 [12][13]
Burbank Airport–North Burbank May 14, 2018 [14][15]
Burbank Airport–South Burbank April 24, 1995 [16][17]
Cal State LA Los Angeles October 26, 1994 [18][19]
Camarillo Camarillo February 14, 1994 [20][21]
Chatsworth Los Angeles October 26, 1992 [22][12]
Claremont Claremont December 5, 1992 [23][24]
Commerce Commerce March 28, 1994 [5][25]
Corona–North Main Corona November 22, 2002 [26][27]
Corona–West Corona October 2, 1995 [28][29]
Covina Covina October 26, 1992 [30][31]
El Monte El Monte October 26, 1992 [31][32]
Fontana Fontana November 22, 1993 [33][34]
Fullerton Fullerton March 28, 1994 [5][35]
Glendale Glendale October 26, 1992 [12][36]
Industry Industry June 14, 1993 [37][38]
Irvine Irvine March 28, 1994 [5][39]
Jurupa Valley/Pedley Jurupa Valley June 14, 1993 [37][40][41]
Laguna Niguel/​Mission Viejo Laguna Niguel April 22, 2002 [42][43]
Lancaster Lancaster January 24, 1994 [44][45]
Los Angeles Union Station Los Angeles October 26, 1992 [12][46]
Montclair Montclair February 22, 1993 [47][48]
Montebello/Commerce Montebello September 8, 1997 [49][50]
Moorpark Moorpark October 26, 1992 [12][51]
Moreno Valley/March Field Moreno Valley June 6, 2016 [52][53]
Newhall Santa Clarita March 18, 2000 [54][55]
Northridge Los Angeles February 14, 1994 [21][56]
Norwalk/Santa Fe Springs Norwalk July 17, 1995 [57][58]
Oceanside Oceanside March 28, 1994 [5][59]
Ontario–East Ontario June 14, 1993 [60][37]
Orange Orange March 28, 1994 [5][61]
Oxnard Oxnard April 4, 1994 [62][63]
Palmdale Palmdale April 25, 2005 [64][65]
Perris–Downtown Perris June 6, 2016 [52][53]
Perris–South Perris June 6, 2016 [52][53]
Pomona–Downtown Pomona February 5, 2001 [66][67]
Pomona–North Pomona October 26, 1992 [12][68]
Rancho Cucamonga Rancho Cucamonga November 1, 1994 [69][70]
Rialto Rialto May 17, 1993 [71][72]
Riverside–Downtown Riverside June 14, 1993 [37][73]
Riverside–Hunter Park/UCR Riverside June 6, 2016 [52][53]
Riverside–La Sierra Riverside October 2, 1995 [74][28]
San Bernardino Depot San Bernardino May 17, 1993 [72][75]
San Bernardino–Downtown San Bernardino December 16, 2017 [76][77]
San Clemente San Clemente March 6, 1995 [78][79]
San Clemente Pier[note 2] San Clemente June 15, 1996 [80][81]
San Juan Capistrano San Juan Capistrano March 28, 1994 [5][82]
Santa Ana Santa Ana March 28, 1994 [5][83]
Santa Clarita Santa Clarita October 26, 1992 [12][84]
Simi Valley Simi Valley October 26, 1992 [12][85]
Sun Valley Los Angeles April 30, 2001 [86][87]
Sylmar/San Fernando Los Angeles January 26, 1994 [88][89]
Tustin Tustin January 21, 2002 [90][91]
Upland Upland May 17, 1993 [72][92]
Van Nuys Los Angeles October 26, 1992 [12][93]
Ventura–East Ventura November 8, 2002 [94][95]
Via Princessa Santa Clarita February 7, 1994 [96][97]
Vincent Grade/Acton Acton January 31, 1994 [45][98]

Future stations

Station Line(s) Location Status Planned opening date References
Placentia 91 Line Placentia Planned 2020 [99]
Redlands San Bernardino Line Redlands Planned 2021 [100]

Notes

  1. ^ Where more than one line serves a station, lines are listed in the order of opening.
  2. ^ Weekend service only.

References

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