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The Metrolink Corporate Partner Program (CPP) is a pre-tax benefit program that allows companies and organizations to offer transit benefits to their employees using a maximum of $315/month per employee.

For new accounts that sign up, an additional 25% discount on tickets is offered for the first 6 months. This is on top of any other discount, i.e., Antelope Valley/San Bernardino Line discounts.

Program Highlights

  • Free to join and no maintenance fees
  • Dedicated staff to support administration and an exclusive hotline for employees
  • The program is administered online in real-time, making it easy and convenient
  • Metrolink Mobile App Integration
  • Free trial-rides via our Mobile App to internally promote the use of Metrolink
  • Complimentary Round-Trip tickets to provide free transportation for onsite job interviews
  • Flexibility to offer Monthly Passes, 7-Day Passes, 5 & 10-Day Flex Passes, and Round-Trip tickets

Corporate Partner Request Form

Please fill out the form below and a member of our team will be in touch with you.

Why ride with Metrolink CPP?

How much can employees save?

Receive up to $315/Month in tax-free commuting benefits (when offered by your employer)

Savings Calculator

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Employee Transit Benefits

Save on Transit

Significant savings on transit cost per year.
2024 Tax Brackets

Reduce Car Expenses

Save by switching your commute from driving to public transportation.

Free Connections

Make hundreds of connections with your valid Metrolink ticket

Rail 2 Rail® Program

Travel on Amtrak Pacific Surfliner trains within station pairs of their pass at no additional charge.

Employer Transit Benefits

Payroll Tax Savings

Save on payroll taxes when commuter tax benefit is utilized


Improve recruitment opportunities with a larger pool of qualified candidates


Significantly reduce annual parking costs

Air Quality

Achieve Air Quality Regulatory Compliance [Employee Commute Reduction Program]
(AQMD Rule 2202)

It's easy as 1, 2, 3!

  1. Email Ricardo Davila III at [email protected] to set up your account
  2. Complete the CPP Agreement & CPP Information Form
  3. Your employees are ready to take the train!

Who pays for a commuter benefits program?

Option 1


At the employee's request, the employer withholds part of the employee's paycheck to let them pay transportation costs with pre-tax dollars. This is called a "compensation reduction plan."

Option 2


The employer provides funds directly to employees in addition to salary. Employees don't count the designated transportation subsidy as taxable income-it's going straight to transit costs-so employers still don't pay payroll taxes on it.

Option 3


Within a Pre-tax and Subsidy combination, the employer contributes some of the cost, and the rest is paid with the employee's pre-tax withholding.