Metrolink reported Monday its Ventura County Line, which interfaces Moorpark and Simi Valley with stations in the San Fernando Valley and Union Station, will work on Saturdays starting May 29.
“Since health and social conditions are consistently improving from the COVID-19 pandemic, we see a prospering interest for end of the week relaxation travel. Metrolink’s new Saturday service on the Ventura County Line will assist families with getting and investigate Southern California once more,” said Metrolink Board Member and Ventura County Transportation Commission Vice Chairman Tony Trembley.
The line will make stops at stations in Chatsworth, Northridge, Van Nuys, the Burbank Airport region, downtown Burbank and Glendale prior to showing up at Los Angeles Union Station.
On Saturday, trains will leave Moorpark at 8:52 a.m. what’s more, show up at Union Station at 10:07 a.m. Trains will at that point leave Union Station at 4:28 p.m. furthermore, show up in Moorpark at 5:39 p.m.
Metrolink authorities said they trust Ventura County families will be urged to skirt the traffic and take the train.
“We are amped up for Metrolink’s Saturday service which will open more freedoms for no particular reason, protected and moderate rail travel for families,” said Darren Kettle, chief head of the Ventura County Transportation Commission. “We anticipate extending it farther west soon.”
A Weekend Day Pass can be bought for $10 and remembers unlimited rides for Metrolink trains on the day the pass was bought.
Metrolink’s timetables can be found at metrolinktrains.com/plans.