AV Line – Weekday Service
- New Vista Canyon Station opening
- Train 202 departs Lancaster 30 minutes earlier at 4:11 a.m.
- Train 218 departs Lancaster six minutes later to provide riders with a 60-minute service interval between trains
- ADDED: Trains 211 and 215 departing from LA to Via Princessa at 10:39 a.m. and 12:39 p.m., respectively
- ADDED: Trains 216 and 220 departing from Via Princessa to LA at 12:13 p.m. and 2:13 p.m., respectively
- ADDED: Trains 226, 234 and 238 departing from Lancaster to LA at 4:11 p.m., 8:11 p.m. and 10:11 p.m.
- ADDED: Trains 217 and 235 departing from LA to Lancaster 1:39 p.m., 11:39 p.m. departures
- REMOVED: Train 200 is removed
- All weekend train departure times have been modified
- Weekend service has doubled to 12 round-trip trains
- Train 100 departs Moorpark three minutes earlier at 4:59 a.m. All other scheduled station departures have also shifted to three minutes earlier.
- Train 109 departs LA Union Station five minutes later at 12:48 p.m. All other scheduled station departures have also shifted to five minutes later.
- Train 304 departure times adjusted at Fontana, Rialto, San Bernardino-Depot and San Bernardino-Downtown stations
Explore SoCal with Metrolink's extended Antelope Valley Line service:
- There are many destinations to explore along the Antelope Valley Line -- including walkable downtown areas like Old Town Newhall
- Or, take a ride to one of Southern California's most iconic eateries, like Porto's Bakery or King Taco
- Plan a shopping excursion at the Glendale Galleria or the Americana at Brand
- The Antelope Valley line also connects riders with awesome outdoor adventure opportunities like the Burbank Wash Bikeway, the Chuck Pontius Commuter Trail and the San Fernando Road Bike Path.
General Schedule FAQs
Schedule adjustments occur to improve transit connectivity and synchronize train movements to reduce delays.
No, not all lines will have changes. Adjustments effective May 22 will only affect five trains along the Orange County, Inland Empire-Orange County and Ventura County lines.
No other lines will have any changes.
Currently, we do not know when we will add more service. Metrolink is monitoring our current ridership levels. We continue to assess ridership demands as we consider future schedule changes.
October 23 Schedule Update FAQs
The Antelope Valley (AV), Ventura County (VC) and San Bernardino (SB) lines. The Antelope Valley Line is adding more weekday and weekend trains to increase service and accommodate a new train station. VC Line trains 100 and 109 have been slightly adjusted for more efficient operations between the AV and VC lines. San Bernardino Line Train 304 departure times are adjusted at four stations for more efficient operations.
To increase service and include time to stop at a new station on the Antelope Valley Line and improve efficiency on the San Bernardino Line.
Currently, we do not know when we will add more service. Metrolink is monitoring ridership levels. We continue to assess ridership demands as we consider future schedule changes.
Not at this time. However, there may be additional TRANSporter buses added in the future.
Metrolink considered several options to increase service levels on the Antelope Valley Line. Due to limitations on the number of locomotives, train engineers and conductors, and the addition of nine new trains for midday and late-night service, the train with the lowest early-morning ridership needed to be removed from service. However, train 202’s schedule was adjusted nearly 30 minutes earlier to lessen the impact for customers who use train 200.
Metrolink Security will be adding armed security guards to each out the last three trains on the Antelope Valley Line. In addition, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Metrolink Bureau will provide additional resources to support extended coverage and response.
Due to limitations of train engineers and conductors, and the addition of six more weekend trains, we could not extend the last train to Lancaster.
Vista Canyon Station FAQs
On the Antelope Valley Line, located at 27550 ½ Vista Canyon Blvd., Santa Clarita, CA. The station is situated between Vincent Grade/Acton and Via Princessa.
Please visit the Vista Canyon Station page for details.
Overnight parking is allowed. There are no time restrictions, however, the lot will be monitored by the city for camping or long-term parking.