San Bernardino & Redlands Trains
$1 Arrow FareIntroducing the new $1 Arrow fare promotion being offered Wednesday, Feb. 1 through Sunday, April 2. The $1 Arrow fare is valid for a Round-Trip ticket for travel between any of the Metrolink Arrow stations. Details of the special $1 fare:
- Valid for travel between San Bernardino - Downtown, San Bernardino - Tippecanoe, Redlands - Esri, Redlands - Downtown and Redlands - University during the promotion period.
- One Round-Trip ticket per customer – ticket is non-transferable.
- Valid for weekday and weekend day travel.
- Available on the Metrolink Mobile App and Metrolink Arrow station ticket machines only.
- No advance purchase - must be used on date of purchase.
- Valid for all fare types at $1 per customer.
- Valid for connections to Omnitrans service.
- Earn 50 SoCal Explorer points when submitted for redemption.
The Arrow service and the $1 fare promotion is the perfect opportunity to explore Redlands. Check it out here!
Arrow TrainsTraveling on Arrow trains is a breath of fresh air, literally! The trains are brand new, with a sleek, colorful, and modern design. Called Diesel Multiple Units, or DMUs, they are powered by smaller, lower-emission diesel engines for a quieter and more energy-efficient ride.
Arrow trains feature several amenities:
- Capacity for 120 standing passengers
- Space for up to eight wheelchair passengers
- USB chargers at most seats
- Storage hooks for up to 12 bicycles
- Level boarding at the station platforms
Contact Customer Service
Please reach out to our customer service team for more information.
Call or Text: 800-371-5465
Weekday Train Schedule
Redlands - University to San Bernardino - Downtown
|Redlands - University||4:59 AM|||||6:08 AM||7:10 AM||7:37 AM||8:07 AM||8:38 AM||9:08 AM||10:30 AM||11:05 AM||11:55 AM||12:26 PM||1:06 PM||2:00 PM||2:30 PM||3:06 PM||3:50 PM||4:28 PM||5:00 PM||6:05 PM||7:10 PM||8:12 PM||8:38 PM||9:11 PM||10:21 PM|
|Redlands - Downtown||5:04 AM||5:55 AM||6:13 AM||7:15 AM||7:42 AM||8:12 AM||8:43 AM||9:13 AM||10:35 AM||11:10 AM||12:00 PM||12:31 PM||1:11 PM||2:05 PM||2:35 PM||3:11 PM||3:55 PM||4:33 PM||5:05 PM||6:10 PM||7:15 PM||8:17 PM||8:43 PM||9:16 PM||10:26 PM|
|Redlands - ESRI||5:07 AM|||||6:16 AM||7:18 AM||7:45 AM||8:15 AM||8:46 AM||9:16 AM||10:38 AM||11:12 AM||12:03 PM||12:34 PM||1:14 PM||2:08 PM||2:38 PM||3:14 PM||3:58 PM||4:36 PM||5:08 PM||6:13 PM||7:18 PM||8:20 PM||8:46 PM||9:19 PM||10:29 PM|
|San Bernardino - Tippecanoe||5:14 AM|||||6:23 AM||7:25 AM||7:52 AM||8:22 AM||8:53 AM||9:23 AM||10:45 AM||||||||12:41 PM||1:21 PM||2:15 PM||2:45 PM||3:21 PM||4:05 PM||4:43 PM||5:15 PM||6:20 PM||7:25 PM||8:27 PM||8:53 PM||9:26 PM||10:36 PM|
|San Bernardino - Downtown||5:22 AM|||||6:31 AM||7:33 AM||8:00 AM||8:30 AM||9:01 AM||9:31 AM||10:53 AM||||||||12:49 PM||1:29 PM||2:23 PM||2:53 PM||3:29 PM||4:13 PM||4:51 PM||5:23 PM||6:28 PM||7:33 PM||8:35 PM||9:01 PM||9:34 PM||10:44 PM|
San Bernardino - Downtown to Redlands - University
|San Bernardino - Downtown||4:29 AM||5:30 AM||6:33 AM||6:47 AM||7:38 AM||8:09 AM||8:39 AM||9:50 AM||10:31 AM|||||11:31 AM|||||1:31 PM||2:01 PM||2:31 PM||3:08 PM||3:51 PM||4:31 PM||5:31 PM||6:35 PM|||||7:34 PM||7:49 PM||8:42 PM||9:46 PM|
|San Bernardino - Tippecanoe||4:36 AM||5:37 AM||6:40 AM||6:54 AM||7:45 AM||8:16 AM||8:46 AM||9:57 AM||10:38 AM|||||11:38 AM|||||1:38 PM||2:08 PM||2:38 PM||3:15 PM||3:58 PM||4:38 PM||5:38 PM||6:42 PM|||||7:41 PM||7:56 PM||8:49 PM||9:53 PM|
|Redlands - ESRI||4:44 AM||5:45 AM||6:48 AM||7:02 AM||7:53 AM||8:24 AM||8:54 AM||10:05 AM||10:46 AM||11:19 AM||11:46 AM||12:09 PM||1:46 PM||2:16 PM||2:46 PM||3:23 PM||4:06 PM||4:46 PM||5:46 PM||6:50 PM|||||7:49 PM||8:04 PM||8:57 PM||10:01 PM|
|Redlands - Downtown||4:47 AM||5:48 AM||6:51 AM||7:05 AM||7:56 AM||8:27 AM||8:57 AM||10:08 AM||10:49 AM||11:23 AM||11:49 AM||12:13 PM||1:49 PM||2:19 PM||2:49 PM||3:26 PM||4:09 PM||4:49 PM||5:49 PM||6:53 PM||7:06 PM||7:52 PM||8:07 PM||9:00 PM||10:04 PM|
|Redlands - University||4:51||5:52||6:55||7:09||8:00||8:31||9:01||10:12||10:53||11:27||11:53||12:18||13:53||14:23||14:53||15:30||16:13||16:53||17:54||18:57|||||19:56||20:11||21:04||22:08|
WEEKEND TRAIN SCHEDULE
Redlands - University to San Bernardino - Downtown
|Redlands - University||6:06 AM||7:05 AM||8:06 AM||9:54 AM||11:06 AM||12:06 PM||1:06 PM||2:06 PM||4:02 PM||5:02 PM||6:02 PM||7:06 PM||9:02 PM||10:05 PM||10:35 PM||11:10 PM|
|Redlands - Downtown||6:11 AM||7:10 AM||8:11 AM||9:59 AM||11:11 AM||12:11 PM||1:11 PM||2:11 PM||4:07 PM||5:07 PM||6:07 PM||7:11 PM||9:07 PM||10:09 PM||10:39 PM||11:15 PM|
|Redlands - ESRI||6:14 AM||7:13 AM||8:14 AM||10:02 AM||11:14 AM||12:14 PM||1:14 PM||2:14 PM||4:10 PM||5:10 PM||6:10 PM||7:14 PM||9:10 PM||||||||11:18 PM|
|San Bernardino - Tippecanoe||6:21 AM||7:20 AM||8:21 AM||10:09 AM||11:21 AM||12:21 PM||1:21 PM||2:21 PM||4:17 PM||5:17 PM||6:17 PM||7:21 PM||9:17 PM||||||||11:25 PM|
|San Bernardino - Downtown||6:28 AM||7:27 AM||8:28 AM||10:16 AM||11:28 AM||12:28 PM||1:28 PM||2:28 PM||4:24 PM||5:24 PM||6:24 PM||7:28 PM||9:24 PM||||||||11:32 PM|
San Bernardino - Downtown to Redlands - University
|San Bernardino - Downtown||5:34 AM||6:36 AM||7:36 AM||9:25 AM||10:32 AM||11:36 AM||12:36 PM||1:36 PM||3:32 PM||4:32 PM||5:32 PM||6:37 PM||8:32 PM||9:32 PM|||||||
|San Bernardino - Tippecanoe||5:41 AM||6:43 AM||7:43 AM||9:32 AM||10:39 AM||11:43 AM||12:43 PM||1:43 PM||3:39 PM||4:39 PM||5:39 PM||6:44 PM||8:39 PM||9:39 PM|||||||
|Redlands - ESRI||5:48 AM||6:50 AM||7:50 AM||9:39 AM||10:46 AM||11:50 AM||12:50 PM||1:50 PM||3:46 PM||4:46 PM||5:46 PM||6:51 PM||8:46 PM||9:46 PM|||||||
|Redlands - Downtown||5:51 AM||6:53 AM||7:53 AM||9:42 AM||10:49 AM||11:53 AM||12:53 PM||1:53 PM||3:49 PM||4:49 PM||5:49 PM||6:54 PM||8:49 PM||9:49 PM||10:18 PM||10:55 PM|
|Redlands - University||5:56 AM||6:58 AM||7:58 AM||9:47 AM||10:54 AM||11:58 AM||12:58 PM||1:58 PM||3:54 PM||4:54 PM||5:54 PM||6:59 PM||8:54 PM||9:54 PM||10:23 PM||11:00 PM|
Metrolink Arrow trains run from approximately 4:30 a.m. to 10:45 p.m. on weekdays and from approximately 5:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. on weekends.
Connections between Arrow trains and San Bernardino Line trains are available seven days a week at the San Bernardino – Downtown Station. There is also one round-trip Metrolink Express train each weekday between the Redlands – Downtown Station and L.A. Union Station.Download Arrow Schedule
Metrolink Arrow Train Stations
New San Bernardino and Redlands train stations
Redlands Passenger Rail Project (Arrow)
The Redlands Passenger Rail Project (Arrow) is a project developed in partnership with SBCTA.SBCTA Arrow Project Information
How to Ride the Arrow Train
Fares, Tickets and Passes
Purchasing tickets for the Metrolink Arrow service is no different than purchasing other Metrolink tickets. All Metrolink ticket and pass types are available for travel on the Metrolink Arrow service. You may buy tickets on the Metrolink mobile app, from station ticket machines, and at select locations depending on the terms and conditions of your ticket or pass.
To expand your travel options, Metrolink Arrow trains connect to several local transit providers at the San Bernardino – Downtown Station, including Omnitrans, Riverside Transit Agency, Mountain Area Regional Transit, and Victor Valley Transit Authority Commuter Express.
Omnitrans also connects with Arrow trains at the Redlands-Downtown Station.
Learn more about Metrolink’s transit connections here or on the station pages of our website.
Staying informed about delays or disruptions on your train is easy. Metrolink provides notifications via Twitter and on our Train Status web page.
To receive notifications for Metrolink Arrow service, we recommend you follow both @MetrolinkArrow and @MetrolinkSB. This will ensure all segments of your travel are covered by our notification system, including the daily Express train between the Redlands – Downtown Station and L.A. Union Station. (Please note that on our Train Status web page, notifications for the Metrolink Arrow service are displayed under the San Bernardino Line.)
Metrolink Arrow service will have up to 42 trains operating along its nine-mile corridor each day. Because this area has not had passenger trains in many years, we want drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists to understand the importance of being safe around railroad tracks. Please visit our Rail Safety web page for life-saving tips and information.
To minimize noise from the sounding of horns at crossings, the Metrolink Arrow service corridor has been approved as a Quiet Zone by the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA). A Quiet Zone is a section of track at which locomotive horns are exempt from routinely sounding when trains approach crossings, except in emergency situations. Learn more about Quiet Zones.
Frequently Asked Questions
$1 ARROW FARE
In partnership with the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA), Metrolink is offering a $1 fare on the new Arrow trains beginning Feb. 1, 2023.
The promotional fare applies only to round-trip tickets with origins and destinations between two of the five Arrow stations.
The promotion runs from Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2023, until Sunday, April 2, 2023.
The $1 fare promotion is available as a “Special Event Tickets” option on Metrolink Ticket Machines located at the five Arrow stations and on the Mobile App.
No. The promotion does not apply to stations beyond Arrow service.
The $1 fare promotion is available on the Metrolink Mobile App and as a “Special Event Tickets” option on Metrolink Ticket Machines located at the five Arrow stations.
Yes. Riders with a valid California Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card are eligible to receive a 50% discount. For more information on the low-income fare discount program, click here.
Yes. The Kids Ride Free on Weekends applies to the $1 fare.
Refunds are considered on a case-by-case basis. For additional information on Metrolink’s refund policy, please click here.
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- Special Event Tickets
- Arrow Special $1 Ticket
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Train Service – General Information
Yes. Metrolink’s outbound San Bernardino Line trains, except for the Metrolink Express trains, will terminate at the San Bernardino-Downtown Station. If you would like to continue your travel to any of the four new stations along the Metrolink Arrow corridor, you must transfer from a Metrolink train to a Metrolink Arrow DMU train at the San Bernardino-Downtown Station. (Note: Even though you are changing trains, you only need to purchase one ticket to cover your complete travel itinerary.)
San Bernardino Line Express trains 381 and 382 will operate through the Arrow corridor; however, along that corridor they only stop at the Redlands-Downtown Station. At this station, the Metrolink Express trains do not share a platform with the Arrow DMU trains and will arrive and depart from the north platform adjacent to the parking structure.
No. The Metrolink Express trains operate to and from the Redlands - Downtown station.
Yes, the Metrolink Arrow service will have a conductor on board.
Arrow trains run daily from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. – every 30 minutes early morning and evening and every 60 minutes mid-morning to mid-afternoon. Please see the Arrow schedule by clicking here.
Yes. Metrolink Arrow trains will display as part of the San Bernardino Line on the Train Tracker/Where’s my Train tool.
Yes. If you lose an item on a Metrolink Arrow train, please call or text 800-371-5465 (LINK) to make a report.
Service advisories and updates are posted on the Metrolink website under San Bernardino Line advisories. Also available are the station messaging system and twitter feeds at @MetrolinkSB and @MetrolinkArrow.
Until the Quiet Zone is approved, early-morning and late-night Arrow trains will not operate as a courtesy to the San Bernardino and Redlands communities.
Metrolink Arrow Tickets and Fares
Monthly Passes are sold from the 25th of the current month to the 14th of the new month. Information about Metrolink Arrow tickets and passes is available here.
No. Riders only need to purchase a single ticket for travel between any Metrolink station and the Arrow station. Not only is purchasing one ticket easier, but it is also cheaper. If you were to buy separate tickets, the total cost of your trip would be higher than purchasing one ticket.
No. Tickets and passes must be purchased before boarding from a station ticket machine or from the Metrolink Mobile App. Details about purchasing tickets are available here.
Yes. The $10 Weekend Day Pass is valid system-wide, including travel on the Metrolink Arrow service.
Metrolink Arrow Stations
San Bernardino - Downtown: Yes, parking is free for Metrolink passengers
San Bernardino - Tippecanoe: there is no parking available
Redlands - Esri: there is no parking available
Redlands - Downtown: Yes, parking is free for Metrolink passengers
Redlands - University: Yes, parking is free for Metrolink passengers
Yes, there is a roving security patrol between the new Metrolink Arrow stations, while there are active security cameras and personnel monitoring the platforms at all times. If you experience any non-emergency safety concerns, please call or text Metrolink’s Security Operations Center (866) 640-5190. If you observe violent behavior or other criminal or threatening acts that could endanger life and property – please Dial 911.
For parking details, please visit the station pages:
Yes. OmniTrans will provide bus connections. OmniTrans will launch SB Connect shuttle service on October 24, 2022 between the San Bernardino - Downtown station and downtown San Bernardino destinations. SB Connect will meet all weekday Arrow trains between 6 am - 7 pm. For OmniTrans schedule details click here.
No. There are no bathrooms available at any of the new Metrolink Arrow stations. San Bernardino - Downtown station does have bathroom facilities available.
Yes. There are digital scrolling message boards, information monitors and audio public address systems at the Metrolink Arrow stations.
Yes. The Redlands - Downtown and Redlands - University stations have two platforms. However, the San Bernardino - Tippecanoe and Redlands - Esri stations only have one platform.
Each station has printed information posted in a display case. Also, track assignment information is communicated on digital message boards, monitors, and through the audio public address system. Also, Metrolink Arrow trains are on the Train Tracker, which also shows the track assignment.
No. However, each station has a Passenger Information Telephone that connects directly to Metrolink's customer service center. In case of emergency, emergency phones are also available that connect riders to the local police department.
Metrolink Arrow Trains
Yes. Storage locations are located directly next to the doors as you enter the train and are shared with bikes and wheelchairs, so capacity may vary. Luggage racks are also available on the Metrolink Arrow trains.
Yes you can bring your bike on board. There are bike racks for up to 12 bikes on the Metrolink Arrow trains. Storage locations are located directly next to the doors as you enter the train and are shared with wheelchairs, so capacity may vary.
No. The Metrolink Arrow trains do not have bathrooms.
No. There is currently no wi-fi on the Metrolink Arrow trains.
No. There are no electrical outlets on the Metrolink Arrow trains, however, there are USB charging ports at all seating locations.
Yes. Platforms are designed for level boarding at all Metrolink Arrow station platforms, so no ramp is required for boarding. Also, there is ADA-accessible seating directly next to the doors as you enter the train.
No. There is no quiet car or designated area on the Metrolink Arrow trains.
Large pets are prohibited on Metrolink and Arrow trains. Small pets are permitted if enclosed in a properly ventilated carrying cage that can be stored under the seat or on a passenger’s lap.
Service animals are permitted on trains. A service animal is any guide dog, signal dog, or another animal individually trained to work or perform tasks for a person with a disability.