With early-morning train service from Ventura County to Santa Barbara and Goleta, it's possible to ride the Pacific Surfliner to work. Sink back in your seat and enjoy beautiful ocean views. Grab a hot coffee and a muffin or bagel from the Café car. Stay connected with free Wi-Fi and power outlets. You’ll arrive at work refreshed and ready for the day. And on the way home, relax and unwind instead of battling traffic. 

Regions & Stops: The early-morning train serves all major Pacific Surfliner stations between Los Angeles and Goleta. Stations along the Pacific Surfliner route in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties include Simi Valley, Moorpark, Camarillo, Oxnard, Ventura, Carpinteria, Santa Barbara, and Goleta. View more station information

Schedule: The rescheduled morning train arrives in Santa Barbara at 6:47 a.m. and Goleta at 7:16 a.m. Download the detailed Pacific Surfliner schedule effective April 8, 2019.

CostEveryday discounts for the Pacific Surfliner are available for seniors, students, families, and passengers with disabilities. Discounted multi-ride tickets including 10-Trip and monthly passes are also available for travel between Ventura County and Santa Barbara County. 

Connections: Pacific Surfliner passengers can connect to the Electric Shuttles as well as Santa Barbara MTD buses for free with a valid train ticket. Additional bus service is provided from the Santa Barbara and Goleta train stations to better serve major employer locations in downtown Santa Barbara. 

Special Offer Through Traffic Solutions: Contact a Traffic Solutions specialist to request complimentary trial passes at 805-963-SAVE. More information is available at TrafficSolutions.org/Train.

The peak-hour service is possible through a partnership with the Santa Barbara County Association of Governments (SBCAG), the California State Transportation Agency, and the Los Angeles – San Diego – San Luis Obispo (LOSSAN) Rail Corridor Agency.