New schedule to improve reliability and customer service
LOS ANGELES – Metrolink will change its weekday schedule on three lines beginning Monday, April 4 to improve service and meet the needs of the highest percentage of riders. The entire San Bernardino Line schedule will be adjusted, while the 91 Line and the Ventura County Line will both have minor changes.
“We are confident the new schedule will accommodate a great majority of our passengers,” said Metrolink CEO Art Leahy. “We continually seek feedback from our riders to improve our system and feel these changes reflect their input.”
The San Bernardino Line will continue to have 38 weekday trains. However, the new schedule will allow more trains to arrive to and depart from Los Angeles Union Station during the peak commute periods in the morning and evening. This adjustment will lower the probability of train overcrowding and increase rider options during those times.
Fundraising through Great Films, Food, and Fun!
Redlands, CA – El Niño washed out the Bike Film Fest plan in January, but we’ll be back, bigger and better for the beautiful May weather. So it’s with extreme enthusiasm that the Inland Empire Biking Alliance (IEBA) invites everyone to come join us for the first installment of the 2016 IEBA Film fest! This social event will allow IEBA members and the general public to meet, drink and eat, followed by a screening of select film shorts from emerging filmmakers, along with an opportunity for the audience to vote on their favorite films screened at each location. Proceeds raised will benefit IEBA, a local non-profit working to make cycling safer for all people in Riverside and San Bernardino counties; and Slate Inc., a local non-profit for developing area film-makers. In 2016 we are expanding the Film Fest to locations in Redlands and Riverside. Film selections will be unique to each location.
The Redlands screening, will be held on Sunday, May 1st at 5pm at the American Legion – Post 106 building located at 814 W. Colton Avenue. Doors open at 4:30 pm.
Read IEBA Full Press Release Here
Attention Residents, Business Owners, and Commuters
Ride Metrolink FREE to the Auto Club 400 on Sunday, March 20, 2016
San Bernardino, Calif. – A limited number of race fans can now reserve their tickets to ride the Auto Club 400 Express to Auto Club Speedway’s Metrolink stop conveniently located just outside the track’s backstretch. Metrolink will operate three trains originating from Oxnard, Lancaster and Oceanside with limited stops in between for faster service. Inland Empire stops include San Bernardino, Rancho Cucamonga, Montclair, and La Sierra in Riverside.
Metrolink tickets must be reserved in advance directly from the Auto Club Speedway at http://www.autoclubspeedway.com/Metrolink or by calling 800-944-7223. Discounted round trip tickets can be purchased for $19 once the FREE tickets are depleted.
The FREE train ride is funded by Clean Transportation Funding from the Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee (MSRC). The MSRC’s mission is to fund projects that reduce air pollution to meet the region’s clean air goals. Over its 22-year history, the MSRC has assisted organizations throughout the Southland in removing as much as 8,000 tons of harmful pollutants from the air through innovative programs designed to reduce air pollution from mobile sources.
Auto Club Speedway Contact:
Director of Communications
Assistant Public Affairs Officer
The San Bernardino Associated Governments (SANBAG) is the council of governments and transportation planning agency for the county of San Bernardino. The SANBAG Board of Directors is made up of mayors and city council members from each of the 24 incorporated cities and five supervisorial districts within San Bernardino. Acting as the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority, SANBAG administers Measure I – the voter-approved half-cent sales tax providing for major transportation improvements within the county. SANBAG is responsible for cooperative regional planning and furthering an efficient multi-modal transportation system countywide, serving the 2.1 million residents of San Bernardino County.