Los Angeles – Whether you are attending the Women’s March or one of the many other events Downtown, skip traffic and parking and save money while reducing congestion and emissions in the region by leaving your car at home and taking Metrolink instead.
Metrolink is adding service to its weekend train schedule on Saturday, January 18, in anticipation of the Women’s March, which has brought over half a million people to Downtown Los Angeles in past years. All regularly-scheduled Metrolink trains will be operating, in addition to special roundtrips on the Antelope Valley, San Bernardino and Ventura County lines.
Metrolink riders can transfer at Union Station to the Metro Red or Purple Line and exit at the Pershing Square Station. The Women’s March LA event begins at 10 a.m.
Metrolink’s $10 Weekend Day Pass is good for unlimited rides on the Metrolink system and includes free transfers to the Metro Rail System. The $10 Weekend Day Pass can be purchased on Metrolink’s mobile app or at train station ticket vending machines on the day of travel. Metrolink’s app is available for free download on the App Store of Google Play. For more information on the mobile app, please visitmetrolinktrains.com/mobileapp.
For the full schedule and additional information, please visit metrolinktrains.com/womensmarch.
ABOUT METROLINK (metrolinktrains.com)
Metrolink is Southern California's regional commuter rail service in its 26th 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, collectively known as Member Agencies. 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.