Metrolink Offers Special Weekend Trains to Take Visitors to the LA County Fair
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LOS ANGELES – All the fun of the LA County Fair will be more convenient as Metrolink today announced a schedule of special trains to take visitors to the Fairplex Station, so they can avoid traffic and parking costs.
Metrolink San Bernardino Line trains will service the LA County Fair on the weekends of September 1-3, September 8-9, September 15-16 and September 22-23. The Fair is scheduled for August 31 – September 23 at Fairplex in Pomona.
Metrolink offers a stress-free commute to the fair for a cost of $10 per round trip and a free shuttle from the train platform to the front gate. The special weekend fare includes Labor Day, Monday, September 3. Metrolink customers also receive discounted single-day admission tickets of $12 for adults and $6 for children to the Fair when they purchase online at www.lacf.com.
Since 1993, Metrolink has been making special weekend stops on the San Bernardino Line at the Fairplex Station. The new additional Metrolink service is made possible through funding from the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro).
For more information about Metrolink, please visit www.metrolinktrains.com or for more information on the Fair click here.
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