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Celebrate Independence Day by exploring SoCal destinations on Metrolink for $10, kids ride free!

Monday July 2, 2018

Metrolink to operate a Sunday schedule on Fourth of July

LOS ANGELES – This Fourth of July holiday, Metrolink will offer unlimited rides for only $10, which makes it even more affordable for Southern California residents and visitors to take Metrolink to beaches and other popular destinations.

Metrolink will operate a Sunday schedule on July 4, which falls on a Wednesday. The Sunday schedule includes service on the Antelope Valley, San Bernardino, Orange County, 91/Perris Valley and Inland Empire-Orange County lines. Metrolink trains will not operate on the Ventura County Line, the Riverside Line or to the four stations on the Perris Valley Line extension.

Metrolink trains make travel easier with storage for bikes, surfboards and beach day essentials. Southern Californians can spend the holiday at the beautiful beaches of Oceanside and San Clemente or transfer at no additional cost to Metro’s light rail and subway system to Santa Monica.

For a list of destinations and event ideas in Metrolink’s service region, including theme parks, museums and beaches, click here.

For more information about Metrolink, please visit www.metrolinktrains.com.

ABOUT METROLINK (www.metrolinktrains.com)

 Metrolink is Southern California's regional commuter rail service in its 25th year of operation. Metrolink is governed by The Southern California Regional Rail Authority (SCRRA), 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. Metrolink operates seven routes through a six-county, 538 route-mile network. Metrolink’s passengers travel approximately 441 million miles each year, making Metrolink the second busiest public transportation provider in Southern California. Metrolink is the third largest commuter rail agency in the United States based on directional route miles and the eighth largest based on annual ridership.

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