Contents 1 Routes 2 Fares 3 History 3.1 Notable incidents 3.1.1 Placentia, April 2002 3.1.2 Glendale, January 2005 3.1.3 Chatsworth (Los Angeles), September 2008 3.1.4 Oxnard, February 2015 4 Future 4.1 High speed rail interface 5 Governance 6 Facilities 7 Rolling stock 7.1 Livery 8 See also 9 References 10 External links


Routes[edit] In addition to suburban communities and cities, Metrolink also serves several points of interest such as Downtown Los Angeles, Bob Hope Airport, California State University, Los Angeles, Angel Stadium of Anaheim, and the San Clemente Pier.[10] Special service has also been extended to the Pomona Fairplex,[15] the Ventura County Fairgrounds,[16] and the Auto Club Speedway[17] for certain events. Line[11] Series Termini Operation Routing[11][12][dead link][improper synthesis?]      91/Perris Valley Line 700[18] Los Angeles Perris Daily Southeast from Union Station, east along the Riverside Freeway (State Route 91) to Riverside, then south along Interstate 215.      Antelope Valley Line 200[19] Los Angeles Lancaster Daily Northwest from Union Station, roughly following Interstate 5. Turns east, then north, to parallel State Route 14.      Inland Empire–Orange County Line 800[20] San Bernardino Oceanside Daily Southwest from downtown San Bernardino to follow the Riverside Freeway west. Turns south to parallel Interstate 5.      Orange County Line 600[21] Los Angeles Oceanside Daily Northwest from Oceanside along Interstate 5. Deviates slightly from the interstate in north Orange and southeast Los Angeles counties.      Riverside Line 400[22] Los Angeles Riverside Weekdays Northwest from downtown Riverside, eventually paralleling State Route 60.      San Bernardino Line 300[23] Los Angeles San Bernardino Daily West from downtown San Bernardino between Interstate 10 and I-210. Runs in the Interstate 10 median starting near El Monte.      Ventura County Line 100[24] 900[25] Los Angeles East Ventura Weekdays East from Ventura, roughly following State Route 118. Turns south at Bob Hope Airport towards Union Station. Trains with 900-series numbers run between Union Station and Bob Hope Airport.


Fares[edit] Metrolink ticket vending machines. Machines also sell tickets for Amtrak trains and the FlyAway Bus to LAX. Metrolink's fare structure is based on a flat fee for boarding the train and an additional cost for distance with fares being calculated in 25-cent increments between stations. Metrolink tickets are valid fare for most connecting buses and trains; certain Metrolink tickets are valid on certain Amtrak routes.[26] Fare increases normally occur annually in July, to coincide with increased fuel and labor expenses, and have generally averaged between 3.5% and 5% per year (although restructuring caused a larger jump in rates).[27] The oil price increases since 2003 are partly to blame for consistently increasing fares, as Metrolink trains are powered by diesel fuel.[28]


History[edit] See also: CalTrain Metrolink trains approaching and leaving Union Station during the evening rush hour The member agencies of the SCRRA purchased 175 miles (282 km) of track, maintenance yards, and stations and other property from Southern Pacific for $450 million in 1990. The rights to use Los Angeles Union Station were purchased from Union Pacific, the station's owner at the time, for $17 million in the same year (Union Station has since been purchased by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority).[29][30] The Authority was formally founded in 1991.[31] Amtrak began operation of the Ventura, Santa Clarita (later renamed Antelope Valley), and San Bernardino lines on October 26, 1992 under contract to the SCRRA.[2][32] In 1993 service was expanded to include the Riverside and Orange County Lines. The Inland Empire-Orange County Line opened in 1995. In 1995 more trains on the Orange County service were funded.[33] The 91 Line opened in 2002.[34] From July 2004, Metrolink fares were changed from zone based to one based on distance. In 2005 a five-year operational contract was awarded to Connex Railroad/Veolia Transport. In 2005, the Orange County Transportation Authority approved a plan to increase frequencies to 76 trains daily on the Orange County and Inland Empire-Orange County Lines by 2009,[35] and funding for increased Metrolink service was included in the renewal of the Measure M sales tax for transportation approved by voters in November 2006.[36] A proposed station in Yorba Linda was canceled in 2005 due to local opposition.[37] In July 2008 it was announced that ridership had risen 16% over the previous year.[38][39] Following the 2008 Chatsworth train collision in which 25 people died and 135 were injured a number of safety measures were taken; in the fall of 2009, inward-facing video cameras were installed in locomotives in order to ensure that staff were complying with regulations, in particular a ban on use of mobile phones,[40] In 2010, the first of 117 energy absorbing passenger carriages (which lessen the toll on passengers in the case of an accident) were received by the operator.[41] Amtrak regained the contract to operate Metrolink beginning in July 2010.[42] Average weekday ridership for the fourth quarter of 2009 was 38,400.[38] In 2010, to save money in the face of funding cuts, the Metrolink board voted to reduce mid-day service on the Inland Empire–Orange County Line, as well as weekend service on both the Orange County and Inland Empire–Orange County lines.[43] Average weekday ridership was 41,000 during May 2011. A survey found that 90% of users during a typical weekday in 2009 would have previously driven alone or carpooled and that the system replaced an estimated 25,000 vehicle trips.[44] During a weekend closure of Interstate 405 in July 2011 the system recorded its highest-ever weekend ridership of 20,000 boardings which was 50% higher than the same weekend in 2010 and 10% higher than the previous weekend ridership record which occurred during U2 360° Tour in June 2011.[45] Ridership continued to rise in 2012 (up 2%),[44] when average weekday ridership reached 42,265.[44] Although 2013 annual boardings were almost 12.07 million, ridership dropped to 11.74 million by fall 2014 which was contrary to projections. Blaming the decrease on the worst recession since World War II, Metrolink said it found itself caught between cutting service and boosting fares, both of which would probably further decrease ridership.[46] Metrolink began offering mobile ticketing in early 2016.[47][48][49] The Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) extended the 91 Line southeast 24 miles (39 km) to Perris, using the existing San Jacinto Branch Line, which it purchased in 1993.[50] Initial plans were for construction/renovation of the line to begin in 2012, but these were delayed by a lawsuit filed by homeowners in the affected area, who challenged the RCTC's environmental report. The lawsuit was settled in late July 2013.[51] Construction on the $248.3 million extension began in October 2013;[52] service was originally planned to begin in December 2015,[53] and then in February 2016.[54][55] In mid-February 2016, the extension's opening was planned in March of that year.[56] The extension opened in June 2016.[57] Notable incidents[edit] Placentia, April 2002[edit] Two people died and 22 were seriously injured on April 23, 2002, when a BNSF freight train collided head-on with a Metrolink train in Placentia, near the Atwood Junction, at the intersection of Orangethorpe Avenue and Richfield Road. Both trains were on the same east–west track moving toward one another. The Metrolink had the right-of-way; it was supposed to switch to a southbound track. The BNSF train was supposed to slow and stop just before the switch while the Metrolink passed, but the crew missed a signal one and a half miles back warning them to slow down. By the time the crew saw the red "stop" signal at the switch and the Metrolink train, they were going too fast to avoid a collision. Although there was speculation that the signals alerting the BNSF to slow and stop had malfunctioned, an investigation later concluded that it was human error by the crew that caused the accident.[58] Glendale, January 2005[edit] Main article: 2005 Glendale train crash 2005 Glendale crash aftermath Eleven people were killed (including an off-duty sheriff's deputy and a train conductor) and over 100 people were injured, about 40 seriously on January 26, 2005, when a Metrolink passenger train collided with a vehicle parked on the tracks, which then jackknifed and struck a stationary freight locomotive and a Metrolink train moving in the opposite direction. The man who parked the vehicle on the tracks, Juan Manuel Alvarez, was apprehended and charged with 11 counts of first-degree murder with special circumstances, including murder by train wrecking.[59][60] On June 26, 2008, Alvarez was convicted on the 11 murder counts and sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole.[61] Chatsworth (Los Angeles), September 2008[edit] Main article: 2008 Chatsworth train collision Twenty-six people were killed and 135 injured when a Metrolink commuter train carrying 222 persons[62] collided head on with a Union Pacific freight train, toppling one of the passenger cars and the locomotive onto its side in the Chatsworth district of Los Angeles.[63] Along with the 135 people who were injured, 81 were transported to local hospitals in serious or critical condition.[64] The velocity of the trains caused the Metrolink locomotive to telescope into the first passenger car.[64] Some 218 people have been killed by Metrolink train accidents from 1993 to 2008, a figure which includes pedestrians.[65] Oxnard, February 2015[edit] BNSF 5696 in Metrolink service following the Oxnard derailment Main article: 2015 Oxnard train derailment Thirty people were injured when southbound Metrolink Ventura County Line train 102 (East Ventura to LA Union Station) crashed into a truck that was stopped on the tracks at the Rice Avenue crossing near Oxnard at about 5:40 am on February 24, 2015. One person, the train's engineer, later died of his injuries.[66] The driver, who had left the truck before the crash, was located by the police and taken into custody. The train consisted of a Hyundai-Rotem "guardian fleet" cab car in the lead, a Bombardier Bi-level "bike car" coach, two Hyundai-Rotem "guardian fleet" coach cars and an EMD F59PH locomotive. After this accident, Metrolink leased 40 diesel freight locomotives from BNSF, to be placed into service as temporary cab cars while they investigated problems with their Hyundai-Rotem cars. On July 8, 2016, the Metrolink board approved a $1.5 million plan to repair the plows on the Hyundai Rotem cab cars. Once the repairs are completed, the cars will return to service and the leased BNSF locomotives will be returned.[67]


Future[edit] Metrolink has grown in popularity and there are a number of planned extensions of the system and new stations. Station parking capacity has also been strained.[68] A new Metrolink station in Placentia, which will serve the 91 Line's north Orange County passengers, has completed its final design phase, save for issues related to the parking needed to accompany the station.[69] Construction on the $24 million Placentia station is currently projected to begin in 2018, and scheduled to open in 2020.[70][71] The San Bernardino-Redlands Passenger Rail Corridor, a 9-mile (14 km) eastward rail extension from San Bernardino to Redlands and Mentone, is planned by the San Bernardino Associated Governments (SANBAG). The association was considering whether to extend commuter rail along the corridor or to install either bus rapid transit or light rail lines,[72] but in December 2015, SANBAG officials said the planned to extend Metrolink service only to the San Bernardino Transit Center and use diesel multiple units operated by Omnitrans in lieu of Metrolink locomotive-hauled coaches on the rest of the route.[73][74][75] However, Metrolink may provide service to Redlands as part of the extension.[76] The project, budgeted at $242 million, is expected to begin final design in September 2015. Construction is projected to begin in late 2017, with service starting in late 2019.[73] The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) has proposed adding commuter rail service along the Harbor Subdivision corridor offering services to Inglewood, Los Angeles International Airport, the South Bay, the Port of Los Angeles, and/or the Port of Long Beach. A decision whether to employ commuter rail, light rail, or bus rapid transit in this corridor has not yet been reached due to Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority haven't environmental study of Harbor Subdivision Transit Corridor .[77] In 2008, lobbyists pushed for a rail line to Temecula in southwestern Riverside County via the 91 Line's La Sierra station.[78] While this proposed line could follow the route of an abandoned freight line, it would require significant money, as freight service ceased almost 30 years ago. Despite this, the Riverside County Transportation Commission's 2008 Commuter Rail Feasibility Study still lists this route as one possibility being considered.[79] The cities of the Coachella Valley (Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Palm Desert, and Indio) have requested commuter rail service from Los Angeles and Orange County, but the Union Pacific Railroad opposes further passenger service on its tracks.[80] Nonetheless, in 1999, the Coachella Valley Association of Governments was investigating the possibility of two daily round trips via the 91 Line from Los Angeles's Union Station through Fullerton and Riverside to stations in Palm Springs and Indio (with a possible stop near Palm Desert),[81] possibly through a partnership with Amtrak. This extension would likewise require significant money for infrastructure improvements: at least $500 million, according to the California State Rail Plan of 2005.[80] Nonetheless, in 2013 Caltrans conducted a feasibility study of a Coachella Valley service[82] and RCTC has resolved to pursue establishing one.[83] Expansion to Kern County has been discussed in a 2012 Kern County Council of Governments report.[84][85] High speed rail interface[edit] During the initial years of operation of the California High-Speed Rail between Merced and Burbank, projected to commence in 2022, passengers would use Metrolink for travel between Burbank and downtown Los Angeles. An alternative plan would have track-sharing to Union Station but this would require electrification for that portion of the line. This alternate plan would provide a "one-seat ride" at the start of service between the Central Valley and downtown, or even Orange County.[86]


Governance[edit] The MTA Building, where Metrolink is headquartered The SCRRA is a joint powers authority governed by five county-level agencies: the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the Orange County Transportation Authority, the Riverside County Transportation Commission, the San Bernardino Associated Governments, and the Ventura County Transportation Commission.[31] Ex officio members include the Southern California Association of Governments, the San Diego Association of Governments, and the state of California.[1] Metrolink's headquarters at one time were in the MCI Center.[87] By 2000, Metrolink had expanded its lease in the MCI Center by 6,700 square feet (620 m2), giving the agency a total of around 40,000 square feet (3,700 m2) of space.[88] In June 2011, Metrolink moved its headquarters to the MTA Building,[89] where the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA) is also headquartered. Metrolink will move to the Wilshire Grand Center in 2018 along with the Southern California Association of Governments.[90][91] The move was precipitated by LACMTA requiring more space in the MTA Building.[91] In 2014, an internal report suggested changes in the railroad's governing structure as the conflicting demands of the various agencies are difficult to meet. The report proposed turning the operation over to a local transit agency.[92]


Facilities[edit] Metrolink operates several maintenance facilities across its service area. Its Central Maintenance Facility (CMF) is located on the east bank of the Los Angeles River near the intersection of the 5 and 110 Freeways, just south of the location of the former Southern Pacific Taylor Yard.[93] The facility is operated by Metrolink's equipment maintenance contractor: Bombardier Transportation.[94] The nearby Eastern Maintenance Facility is located in San Bernardino. Metrolink trains are also serviced at Coaster's Stuart Mesa Facility, which is located between San Clemente Pier and Oceanside at the southwest end of Camp Pendleton. This yard is owned by the North County Transit District.[94] Metrolink's operations center is located in Pomona, near the Pomona (North) station.[95]


Rolling stock[edit] The Metrolink fleet consists of 55 locomotives,[1] 137 active Bombardier Bi-level Coaches (Sentinel Fleet) and 137 Hyundai Rotem Bi-level cars (Guardian Fleet).[96] Livery[edit] Most Metrolink-owned units are painted in a white livery with blue stripes. The agency is currently in the process of switching to a new blue and green "ribbons" design since the proposed change in 2007. Locomotives are being given the updated design during routine maintenance, and the Guardian Fleet arrive from the factory in the new colors.[42][97]


See also[edit] Railways portal Trains portal Greater Los Angeles portal Transportation in San Diego County Transportation in Los Angeles Hal Bernson, former Metrolink chairman


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