Metrolink Operates Sunday Schedule on July 5
On Monday, July 5, Metrolink will operate on a Sunday schedule in observance of the Independence Day holiday. Metrolink will operate a regular weekend schedule on Saturday, July 3 and Sunday, July 4. Metrolink station arrivals and departures can be seen at metrolinktrains.com/schedules.
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Los Angeles –On Monday, July 5,Metrolink will operate on a Sunday schedule in observance oftheIndependence Dayholiday.Metrolinkwill operate a regular weekend schedule on Saturday, July 3 and Sunday, July 4. Metrolink station arrivals and departures can be seen atmetrolinktrains.com/schedules.
$10 Holiday Ticket and $10 WeekendDayPass will be available for purchase for all three days of the holiday weekend. The $10 Holiday and WeekendDaypasses permit unlimited rides on Metrolink on the day of purchase.
To help families travel and explore Southern California, kids ride free on Metrolink Saturdays and Sundays. A maximum of three children, ages 17 and under, can ride for free with one adult with valid fare.
Over the holiday weekend,Metrolink’s Rail 2 Rail® program with Amtrak, whichregularlyallows Metrolink Monthly Pass holders to travel on Pacific Surflinertrains within station pairs at no additional charge, will be suspended from Friday, July 2 through Monday, July 5. The program will resume on Tuesday, July 6.
Federal regulations require the wearing of face masks and physical distancing on public transit, including Metrolink trains. The requirements are in place to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
To maintain safety and protection against the spread of the coronavirus, Metrolink trains are cleaned regularly throughout the day with hospital-grade disinfectant with special attention given to seats, head and armrests, grab rails, tables, bathrooms and trash areas. Metrolink uses antimicrobial air filters that remove more than 99 percent of contaminants, including the coronavirus.
Metrolink is Southern California's passenger rail service enabling people to connect to their jobs and explore all that the region has to offer. Prior to the pandemic, Metrolink has nearly 12 million annualboardingsfrom people who choose to ride the train to avoid gridlock, removing an estimated 9.3 million vehicles from the roads and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 130,000 metric tons each year. 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.