SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SYSTEM MAP
ROUTES | FARES | ANSWERS
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HOW TO RIDE
1 FIND YOUR STATION
For stations near your home and destination, check the
map on the other side or use the Metrolink Trip Planner.
2 PLAN YOUR TRIP
Check the timetable and arrive at your station at least
15 minutes before departure. Timetables are available at:
+ metrolinktrains.com + Any Metrolink station
+ 800-371-5465 (LINK) + Any Metrolink train
On the go? Visit metrolinktrains.com or use the Metrolink
3 BUY YOUR TICKET
Tickets are not sold onboard the train! Ticket vending
machines and ticket validators are located on Metrolink
train platforms. Purchase a ticket prior to boarding the train.
Please present your ticket to any fare inspector upon request.
4 BOARD THE TRAIN
Check for the track number at stations with more than one track.
Some stations serve more than one train line so check the electronic
sign in the exterior window of the passenger car before boarding.
This sign indicates the final station stop for the train and
should match the station indicated as the final stop on your
timetable. Please stand behind the platform line for your safety.
5 EXIT THE TRAIN
The conductor will announce each station prior to arrival.
After exiting the train, use your Metrolink ticket to ride
many connecting buses, shuttles and rail lines for free!
For a full list of free transfers, visit metrolinktrains.com
Metrolink is accessible to persons with disabilities
+ Passengers requiring boarding assistance should wait at
the top of the access ramp located at the end of the platform.
Wheelchairs can only be accommodated on the lower level of
the passenger car that stops opposite the platform access ramp.
+ L.A. County Access Services ID card holders can ride any
Metrolink train at no cost except for the Inland Empire-
Orange County Line. With 48-hour advance request and
based on availability, assistance can be provided to passengers
at stations who are new or unfamiliar with the Metrolink
system. Call 800-371-5465 to schedule assistance with the
Passenger Education Program.
PURCHASE A TICKET
1 SELECT ORIGIN AND DESTINATION
The origin station will automatically be the boarding station
where you are located.
2 SELECT TICKET TYPE
Ticket vending machines offer a variety of ticket types. The
one best suited for you depends on how often you plan to ride
Metrolink. Check the “Fares” panel for a detailed description
of fares and ticket types.
+ One-Way Ticket – choose “same day” or “future dated”
+ Round-Trip Ticket – choose “same day” or “future dated”
+ Weekend Day Pass
+ 7-Day Pass
+ Monthly Pass
+ Special Tickets – Other promotional ticket types. Special
Tickets may not be available at all ticket vending machines.
PLEASE VERIFY YOUR TICKET PURCHASE.
METROLINK TICKETS ARE NONREFUNDABLE.
3 SELECT NUMBER OF TICKETS
Ticket vending machines allow you to purchase multiple
tickets, including tickets for adults, children, seniors, students,
military, and persons with disabilities.
4 SELECT PAYMENT OPTION
Most Metrolink ticket vending machines accept Visa,
MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club, debit
cards and cash. Several ticket vending machines accept credit/
debit cards only.
5 SWIPE DEBIT CARD/INSERT CASH
If you pay by debit card, enter your PIN and press “Enter.”
Ticket vending machines do not accept $100 bills.
6 TAKE YOUR TICKET & RECEIPT
NOTE: Receipts are not dispensed with cash payments.
NOW YOU’RE READY TO RIDE!
FOR TICKET PRICES, PLEASE VISIT METROLINKTRAINS.COM
METROLINK FARES ARE CALCULATED based on a formula using
the shortest driving distance between stations. To find out the
fare for your trip, check out any of the following:
+ 800-371-5465 (LINK)
+ An automated ticket vending machine (located
at every Metrolink station)
+ ONE-WAY TICKET
Valid for a single one-way trip between the origin and
destination stations. One-Way Tickets are valid for trips
starting within three hours from time of purchase. Best
for those who travel infrequently and plan to stay at their
destination for more than one day.
+ ROUND-TRIP TICKET
Valid for a round-trip on the same day between the origin
and destination stations. Travel must begin within three
hours from time of purchase and end that same day. Ideal
for infrequent travelers who complete their trip in one day.
+ 7-DAY PASS
Valid for unlimited travel during a seven-day period
between station pairs starting on the day the pass
+ MONTHLY PASS
Valid for unlimited travel between the origin and
destination stations during the calendar month printed
on the pass. Monthly Passes are sold from the 25th of the
current month to the 5th of the new month. Also valid for
unlimited system wide travel starting at 7:00 p.m. Friday
through Sunday at 11:59 p.m.
WEEKEND DAY PASS
Metrolink offers the Weekend Day Pass for only $10 per
person. This pass is good for unlimited systemwide travel
on Saturday or Sunday.
The Weekend Day Pass is accepted for free transfers on most
connecting transit services.
Ages 5 and under
Three children ride free with an adult using a valid ticket –
each additional child pays youth fare
Ages 6 to 18
Weekdays – regular fare
Weekends – 25% off One-Way and Round-Trip tickets
Ages 65 and over
25% off Monthly and 7-Day Passes. 50% off One-Way and
Round-Trip tickets. Please present photo ID with date of birth
to the any inspector upon request.
PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
25% off Monthly and 7-Day Passes. 50% off One-Way and
Round-Trip tickets. Please present proof of eligibility to any
fare inspector upon request:
- L.A. County Transit Operators Association ID card
- Reduced fare ID card from other transit systems
- Medicare ID card
- DMV placard ID card
- L.A. County Access Services ID card holders can ride free
on any Metrolink train except for the Inland Empire Orange
County Line (IEOC)
- 15% off Monthly and 7-Day Passes, One-Way and
- No age restriction
- Student ID required by fare inspector upon request
- 10% off One-Way and Round-Trip tickets
- Proof of valid Common Access Card with “Active Duty”
printed on front required by fare inspector upon request
METROLINK TICKETS ARE NONREFUNDABLE.
You can enjoy the following amenities on each Metrolink train:
+ Tables for reading, watching a movie or getting some
+ Power outlets for your electronic devices in most cars
+ Restrooms and drinking water in each car
WHAT’S ALLOWED ONBOARD
+ Bags/Luggage: Store bags under your seat
+ Pets: Animals must be in a small pet carrier under the seat
or on your lap
+ Bikes: Secure and store in the designated storage area
+ Boogie Boards: Store under the seat or in the designated
+ Strollers: Secure strollers in the designated storage area
WHAT’S NOT ALLOWED ONBOARD
+ No feet on seats
+ No smoking or alcohol
+ No motorized bikes
+ No blocking aisles, seats or emergency exit windows
+ No occupying empty seats with carry-on items
+ No soliciting
+ Be considerate of others when using your cell phone. Please
use a headset when listening to music or watching DVDs.
+ Allow other passengers to exit before boarding the train
+ Snacks are allowed, but please use the trash cans onboard
+ Keep designated seats available for seniors and persons
+ Shoes and shirt are required
+ Each rider may occupy only one seat
+ A rider may not save seats for people getting on at a
Visit metrolinktrains.com for more on Metrolink policies.
ALL METROLINK TRAINS
HAVE A CAR DESIGNATED
AS THE “QUIET CAR”
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY.
Metrolink Quiet Cars are intended to be a peaceful atmosphere for those who want
to rest or work without noisy distractions. Look for the words “Quiet Car” on the
changeable message sign on the side of the passenger car or the signs posted on
the inside of the car. The Quiet Car is the second passenger car located from the
locomotive. Ask train personnel if assistance is needed locating the car.
QUIET CAR GUIDELINES
To ensure that our Quiet Cars live up to their
name, we encourage passengers to follow the
+ No Loud Talking. If you’d like to carry on a
conversation, please relocate to another car.
+ Mute Your Device: Customers may not use
any devices with audio features enabled or
without headphones, including:
- mobile phones
- handheld games
- laptop computers
- portable CD or DVD players
Customers using headphones must keep the
volume low enough so that the audio cannot
be heard by neighboring passengers.
Metrolink personnel may ask passengers who
fail to follow these guidelines to relocate to
Seating is available on a first-come, first-served
basis and cannot be reserved. There is no
additional charge to sit in a Quiet Car.
To provide space for all who want to ride in the Quiet
Car, passengers may occupy only one seat. Please do
not use additional seats for personal belongings.
BIKES ON BOARD. THE NEW WAY TO COMMUTE.
Metrolink has added Bike Cars to accommodate more bicycles on select trains.
Bike Cars are identified by a yellow “Bike Car” decal on the side of the train or
bike train wrap.
BIKE GENERAL INFORMATION
Bikes are allowed on ALL Metrolink train cars. Each train car is designed to hold three bikes.
The special Bike Cars are designed to hold 18 bikes on the lower level.
BIKE STORAGE AT STATIONS
Most Metrolink stations offer bike racks or bike lockers for passengers. Please refer to the Metrolink
website under “Stations” to verify if bike amenities are available.
+ Bikes must be safely secured within the bike storage area
+ Bikes must never block aisles or doors
+ Bicyclists must follow the conductor’s instructions to relocate or board an alternative car due to
overcrowding and/or if space is needed for a passenger in a wheelchair
+ Only single-rider bikes are allowed
+ Battery-powered scooters and wheelchairs are permitted
+ Folding bikes are allowed on the train and must be stored in the bike storage area
+ Gas-powered vehicles
+ Mopeds, motor, tandem and three-wheeled bikes
+ Segways (except when used as a mobility device for persons with disabilities)
+ Riding bikes onboard the train or on the station platform
Violating the bike rules may result in removal from the train.
AT METROLINK, SAFETY IS FOUNDATIONAL.
SAFETY AT THE STATION
+ Always walk on or toward the station platform
+ Only use pedestrian crossings when it is safe to do so
+ Always follow directional signs and markings that let you
know where it is safe to cross the tracks and always
watch for trains—look both ways
+ STAY ALERT. Around train tracks or in stations, use caution
when using headsets or cell phones
+ Always wait behind the platform line while standing on
+ Always allow passengers to exit the train before boarding
+ Always use caution when stepping onto a train
SAFETY ON THE TRAIN
+ Always hold the handrail when climbing or descending stairs
+ Always store belongings under the seat or on your lap, not in
+ Never leave bags unattended on the platform or on the train
+ Emergency evacuation instructions are available on all cars
+ Never lean on the doors or attempt to hold them open
+ The emergency brake is ONLY to be used to stop the train
in the event of an emergency by authorized personnel.
For medical emergencies, contact the Conductor.
To view additional information on safety,
BE SAFE. BE SMART.
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Antelope Valley Line
Inland Empire-Orange County Line
Orange County Line
San Bernardino Line
Ventura County Line
Rail Transfer Station
Amtrak Pacific Surfliner
Metro Rail/Metro Bus
LAX FlyAway Bus
Effective August 15, 2013
Norwalk/Santa Fe Springs
San Juan Capistrano
Canyon N. Main
San Clemente Pier
METROLINK CONTACT INFO
800-371-5465 (LINK) • metrolinktrains.com
SPEECH AND HEARING IMPAIRED
Metrolink is operated by the Southern California Regional
Rail Authority and serves Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside,
San Bernardino, Ventura, and North San Diego counties.
The Southern California Regional Rail Authority, a joint
powers authority made up of an 11-member board
representing the transportation commissions of Los
Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura
counties, governs the service.
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Found items are kept at Los Angeles Union Station.
Call 800-371-5465 (LINK) to report a lost item.
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