Contents 1 Operations 1.1 LOSSAN 2 Stations served 3 Rolling stock 4 Route notes 5 Track hosts 6 See also 7 References 8 External links

Operations[edit] The 350-mile (563 km) San Luis Obispo-San Diego trip takes approximately 8½ hours with an average speed of 41.2 miles per hour (66 km/h); maximum track speed is 79 to 90 miles per hour (127 to 145 km/h). Much of the Pacific Surfliner's scenic route follows the Pacific coast, although trains travel inland through expansive farmlands in Ventura County and industrial backlots in the Los Angeles Basin, San Fernando Valley, and parts of Orange County. The Pacific Surfliner operates 24 daily trains between LA and San Diego. On the northernmost part, there are five trains per day in each direction. Thruway Motorcoach connections are available between Santa Barbara, California and Paso Robles during hours when that part of the Coast Line track is in use by freight trains. The 500 series trains go from LA to San Diego and the 700 series trains go onto the northernmost part of the route. For trains 761, 566, 567, and 790, they operate slightly different schedules on weekends and they are recognized by having a 1 in front of their number (i.e. 1761). As of the April 3, 2017 schedule, Amtrak also created slightly different schedules for trains 768, 572, 583, and 591 for the weekend but didn't add a 1 to the front. Because the San Luis Obispo and Goleta stations are not equipped to turn equipment, and the San Diego station requires a time consuming non-revenue movement into a wye, trains are operated in push-pull mode. The locomotive is at the rear of the train, pushing the train from Goleta/San Luis Obispo or San Diego to Los Angeles. At Los Angeles, the train reverses at the station, and the locomotive pulls the train to San Diego or Goleta/San Luis Obispo, respectively. A project is currently being prepared for run-through tracks at Union Station in Los Angeles.[5] As of 2007, the route recovers 63% of its operating expenses through ticket sales.[6] LOSSAN[edit] Local agencies along with the host railroads formed the Los Angeles–San Diego-San Luis Obispo Rail Corridor Agency (LOSSAN) in 1989.[7] The Pacific Surfliner is operated by Amtrak under the Amtrak California brand with funding provided by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans). Serious discussions were held in 2009 regarding the local agencies administering the service rather than Caltrans.[8] California Senate Bill No. 1225, passed in 2014, allowed LOSSAN to amend the joint powers agreement and become the sponsor of state-supported intercity passenger rail service in the corridor.[9] In mid-2015, LOSSAN assumed oversight for the Surfliner.[10] They are also working with Caltrans to assess rail operations from Los Angeles to San Diego to develop better connections, close gaps in the schedule, and optimize the assets of the railroad.[11]

Stations served[edit] Amtrak Pacific Surfliner (interactive map) San Luis Obispo Grover Beach Guadalupe–Santa Maria Surf–Lompoc Goleta Santa Barbara Carpinteria Ventura Oxnard Camarillo (Limited service) Moorpark (Limited service) Simi Valley Chatsworth Van Nuys/Sherman Oaks Burbank–Bob Hope Airport Glendale Los Angeles Union Station Fullerton Anaheim Santa Ana Irvine San Juan Capistrano San Clemente Pier (Limited service) Oceanside Carlsbad Village (Limited service) Solana Beach Sorrento Valley (Limited service) San Diego (Old Town) San Diego

Rolling stock[edit] Sample consist April 27, 2013 Location San Diego, CA Train Southbound #572 P42DC AMTK #167 Surfliner Pacific Business Class #6852 "Elysian Park" Surfliner coach/café AMTK #6302 "Carbon Canyon" Surfliner coach AMTK #6406 "Laguna Beach" Superliner I coach AMTK #34960 "Sequoia Grove" Superliner II coach AMTK #34105 Surfliner coach/baggage/cab AMTK #6904 "Point Sur" April 8, 2013 Location Los Angeles, CA Train Northbound #761 P42DC AMTK #10 Amfleet I coach AMTK #82710 Horizon club-dinette (business/café) AMTK #58108 Horizon coach AMTK #54552 Amfleet I coach AMTK #82570 Amfleet I coach AMTK #82580 Amfleet I coach AMTK #82620 Non-Powered Control Unit (cab/baggage) AMTK #90230 [12] Coach/baggage/cab car (AMTK #6905) leading the Pacific Surfliner in Lake Forest, CA. Lower-level seating on a Pacific Surfliner "Pacific Business Class" car. The Pacific Surfliner uses a fleet of "Surfliner" bi-level, high-capacity passenger cars owned by Amtrak (AMTK) and the California Department of Transportation (CDTX). Each trainset has a business class car, three coach cars, a coach/café car with food sales on the lower level, and a coach/baggage/cab car equipped with coach seating, a checked baggage space on the lower level, and engineer's operating cab and headlights on one end, allowing the train to be operated in push-pull mode.[12] The "Surfliner" cars used on the route are painted in a blue and silver livery that is unique to the Pacific Surfliner. "Surfliner" cars are equipped with overhead luggage racks, reclining seats with tray tables and footrests, reading lights, restrooms, AmtrakConnect WiFi, 120v power outlets, and a wheelchair ramp.[13] High ridership on the Pacific Surfliner led officials to add a third coach to most trainsets. But due to a lack of "Surfliner" coaches, Superliner coaches from Amtrak's long-distance fleet are often used on the route. Because these Superliner coaches lack automatic doors they are usually placed between the cab car and "Surfliner" coach car. Car shortages have also led Amtrak to operate one single-level trainset on the Pacific Surfliner consisting of a 6 Amfleet I or Horizon coach cars, a Horizon club-dinette car providing business class seating and food sales, and a Non-Powered Control Unit (an old F40PH locomotive converted to serve as a cab/baggage car.)[12] Amtrak locomotive #507 pushes southbound Pacific Surfliner train #792 over the crossing at Sonora Street in Burbank, California. All Pacific Surfliner trains are pulled by Amtrak-owned locomotives. Amtrak maintains a dedicated fleet of 15 EMD F59PHI locomotives painted to match the livery of the "Surfliner" cars. This fleet is slated to be supplemented and eventually replaced by a new order of 20 Siemens SC-44 Charger locomotives between 2016-2018.[14] Locomotives from the long-distance fleet are often used, including the P42DC. Two new single-level trainsets manufactured by Talgo will enter service under a five-year lease.[when?] These are expected to improve service between Los Angeles and San Luis Obispo by 25 minutes while being more efficient than a conventional coach set. The two trains, each of 14 cars, were originally constructed in Milwaukee for the state of Wisconsin as part of a project to enhance the existing "Hiawatha Service" between Chicago and Milwaukee, and extend service west to Madison, the state capital. The sets never entered service due to political controversies and were subsequently moved to Amtrak's central maintenance complex in Beech Grove, Ind. in 2014. The lease also includes three spare cars—a cab/auxiliary power car, an end coach/baggage car, and a food service car. Two similar sets, each of 13 cars, were built at the same time for the Oregon DOT and are in "Cascades" service between Eugene, Ore., Seattle, Wash. and Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

Route notes[edit] A southbound Pacific Surfliner train in 2005 at Carlsbad, south of Oceanside. Amtrak's Thruway Motorcoach bus service connects passengers from Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo to Solvang, Buellton, Lompoc, Grover Beach, Atascadero and Paso Robles.[2]

Track hosts[edit] Union Pacific Railroad: San Luis Obispo – Moorpark Southern California Regional Rail Authority: Moorpark – Los Angeles BNSF Railway: Los Angeles – Fullerton Southern California Regional Rail Authority: Fullerton – Orange County/San Diego County line North County Transit District: Orange County/San Diego County line – San Diego Surfliner Gallery Amtrak Pacific Surfliner at Van Nuys station Pacific Surfliner nears Solana Beach station Surfliner Cab Car Pacific Surfliner 10 years Amtrak 51 at with the Pacific Surfliner at Santa Fe Depot Upper Level interior Amtrak 774 Southbound at Sonora St Surfliner Cab Car Controls Surfliner and Metrolink together San Diego Amtrak Station

See also[edit] List of Amtrak stations in California List of Amtrak routes

References[edit] ^ a b c "Amtrak FY16 Ridership and Revenue Fact Sheet" (PDF). Amtrak. April 17, 2017. Retrieved February 21, 2018.  ^ a b "Pacific Surfliner Schedule" (PDF). Amtrak. October 9, 2017. Retrieved February 21, 2018.  ^ Gabbard, Dana (September 24, 2012). "History of the Surfliner, LOSSAN and a Look at Pending Legislation". StreetsBlog LA. OpenPlans. Retrieved April 11, 2014.  ^ "Amtrak California". Wikipedia. December 11, 2017.  ^ "SCRIP - The Southern California Regional Interconnection Project". Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Retrieved May 8, 2016.  ^ Lam Nguyen (September 23, 2008). "FY 2007-08 Rail Operations Report" (PDF). State of California Department of Transportation.  ^ "The Los Angeles – San Diego – San Luis Obispo (LOSSAN) Rail Corridor Agency" (PDF). San Luis Obispo Council of Governments. Retrieved December 6, 2009.  ^ "LOSSAN Board discusses JPA and the Future Governance of Passenger Rail in Southern California". Rail Passenger Association of California & Nevada. Retrieved December 6, 2009.  ^ "Senate Bill No. 1225" California Secretary of State (September 29, 2012) ^ Sheehan, Tim (June 26, 2015). "Valley agency takes control of Amtrak San Joaquin trains". Fresno Bee. Retrieved February 11, 2016.  ^ Weikel, Dan (January 27, 2015) "Little-known agency keeps commuter rail network on track" Los Angeles Times ^ a b c "Amtrak - Pacific Surfliner". Retrieved June 29, 2013.  ^ "Inside the Pacific Surfliner". Retrieved June 30, 2013.  ^ Palminteri, John (November 10, 2015). "Cleaner Train Engines Coming to the Central Coast". 

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