Metrolink San Bernardino Line service interruption on weekends in January
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Maintenance projects to ensure safety and reliability
SAN BERNARDINO– During the four weekends of January, Metrolink is performing scheduled maintenance work on the San Bernardino Line which will interrupt service for three trains on Saturdays and one train on Sundays. Over these weekends work crews will install new rail and rail ties to ensure the safety of our passengers.
On Saturdays, January 6 and 13 and Sundays, January 7 and 14, buses will transport passengers between Rancho Cucamonga and Montclair for trains 376, 378 and 379 on Saturdays and train 351 on Sundays. These trains will make regular station stops between L.A. Union Station and Montclair and between Rancho Cucamonga and San Bernardino – Downtown.
On Saturdays, January 20 and 27 and Sundays, January 21 and 28, buses will transport passengers between San Bernardino – Downtown and Rancho Cucamonga for trains 376, 378 and 379 on Saturdays and train 351 on Sundays. These trains will make regular station stops between L.A. Union Station and Rancho Cucamonga.
Trains and buses are expected to operate at their scheduled times but delays of up to 15 minutes are possible.
For additional details please visitmetrolinktrains.com.
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