Labor Day Weekend 2017:
Limited Service Schedule

More Metrolink Service Available on Labor Day

On Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 4, Metrolink will provide service regularly available on Sundays.

The schedule includes service on the Antelope Valley Line, the San Bernardino Line, the Orange County Line, the 91/Perris Valley Line and the Inland Empire-Orange County Lines.

Southern California residents can take a relaxing ride on Metrolink to Orange and San Diego county beach destinations.

Additionally, the Fairplex station will be open for riders Saturday, Sunday and Monday to easily visit the LA County Fair for all SB Line trains except 351, 352 and 353. (Round-trip ticket purchases should choose North Pomona as the destination station.) Metrolink will operate an additional evening train departing the Fairplex at 8:30 p.m. making all stops back to L.A. Union Station.

Trains will not operate on the Ventura County Line nor the Riverside Line, or to the four stations on the Perris Valley Line extension.

Regular Monday fares will apply on Labor Day with no Sunday or Weekend Day Pass discount.


Things to do in Los Angeles

Take a relaxing ride on Metrolink to Downtown L.A., and spend the rest of the day visiting all your favorite destinations and attractions in Downtown L.A. and Hollywood. Here’s a list of places to visit on your holiday:


How to buy your ticket

Mobile Ticketing App:


Download Metrolink's App from the Google Play or App Store. Purchase your ticket anywhere, at any time, in seconds. All on the one item you'll make sure you always have with you.

Note: Riders who wish to transfer to Metro Rail should continue to use paper tickets from Metrolink's ticket vending machines. Metrolink will introduce improvements to make this option available through mobile ticketing in the future.

Ticket Vending Machines:

Please visit any of the stations in service during Labor Day and follow the instructions on the Ticket Vending Machine screen.

Remember, your Metrolink ticket is good for a free connection to the Metro Rail (Red, Purple, Blue, Gold, Expo and Green) Lines and most buses.