Metrolink’s $20 Insomniac Weekend Pass Provides Special Late-Night Service for Countdown NYE Attendees
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Specially ticketed trains will make six stops between San Bernardino and LA Union Station in the early morning hours of Dec. 31 and Jan. 1
LOS ANGELES – Countdown NYE festival goers can enjoy special late-night passenger rail service on Metrolink’s San Bernardino Line on Sunday, Dec. 31 and Monday, Jan. 1 with the purchase of an Insomniac Weekend Pass. Specially ticketed trains will depart the San Bernardino-Downtown Station each day at 2:45 a.m., making stops at Rancho Cucamonga, Montclair, Claremont, Covina and Cal State LA with a final stop of LA Union Station.
To get to the event, which is being held at the San Bernardino National Orange Show (NOS) Event Center, Countdown NYE attendees can take any regularly scheduled Metrolink train to the San Bernardino-Downtown Station. The venue is located a short distance south of the station.
In addition to the special late-night service, Insomniac Weekend Pass holders receive unlimited access to the Metrolink system throughout the duration of the two-day festival. Passes are $20 and are available exclusively on the Metrolink mobile app.
Passengers must purchase an Insomniac Weekend Pass to utilize the special late-night trains. This service is not available through other Metrolink promotions, including Monthly Passes, flex packages or the Student Adventure Pass.
More information about Metrolink’s service to and from the Countdown NYE festival is available at metrolinktrains.com/countdown.
About Metrolink (metrolinktrains.com)
Metrolink regional passenger rail service offers reliable, safe, affordable and environmentally sustainable transportation throughout Southern California. Metrolink has 545.6 total service line miles and 67 stations across Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura and San Diego counties connecting people, communities, and businesses and is an essential link in the region’s mobility network. Metrolink’s Arrow service, which launched in October 2022 with nine miles of track and four new stations between San Bernardino and Redlands, provides greater local and regional rail connectivity.