Riding Metrolink has many advantages. It is not only reliable, saving you time and money, it is stress free. Metrolink also offers free parking, quiet car, free connections, is laptop-, cell phone- and bicycle-friendly. Get there with a Day Pass, 7-Day Pass, Weekend Day Pass, Monthly Pass. Enjoy the ride.
Valid for a single one-way trip, must be used within three hours of purchase
Valid for a same day round-trip, must be used within three hours of purchase
Valid for unlimited travel between station pairs within a consecutive seven-day period
Valid on Saturday or Sunday for unlimited systemwide travel
Valid for unlimited travel between origin/destination stations during the calendar month of purchase
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More Commuter Options
During this time, the construction improvements will impact commuters like yourself who travel along the I-5 to and from Los Angeles. You may want to consider other commuting options during this time such as Metrolink trains, carpool, vanpool, or express buses.
Metrolink Commuter Trains:
Metrolink operates trains in Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura, Riverside, San Bernardino and North San Diego counties over seven routes on a 512 route-mile network. 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.
An express bus service is often called a commuter bus service that travels faster than normal bus services between two commuter stops. Express buses can operate on a faster schedule by offering less stops and often travel along freeways.
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Carpooling is when two or more people share the ride to reduce each person's travel costs and reduce the stress of driving. Many people join a carpool to be environmentally friendly and reduce carbon emissions.
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Vanpools are similar to carpools, but usually have a larger group of commuters. A vanpool is a group of 5 to 15 people who regularly travel together to work (roundtrip) in a comfortable van.
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Here are some links for various transit options:
Los Angeles, Orange, and Riverside Counties:
Los Angeles County:
The I-5 Corridor Improvement Projects are funded by Caltrans, and its partners, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).
For more information on the I-5 South Corridor Improvement Projects, visit www.I-5info.com or call toll-free 855-454-6335.