The LOSSAN rail corridor stretches 351 miles from San Diego to San Luis Obispo, with the Amtrak Pacific Surfliner, freight, commuter, and long-distance trains sharing the tracks and certain stations. Ongoing construction projects keep the infrastructure in top condition and contribute to overall improvements in rail travel along the corridor. Larger projects require tracks or stations to be closed so crews can perform necessary work, which can temporarily affect train service.
Train Service Has Resumed Through San Clemente
Updated May 27, 2023
Daily Pacific Surfliner train service has resumed through Orange County effective Saturday, May 27.
The City of San Clemente finished slope stabilization work near the Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens. The tracks have been cleared for train service to safely resume through the area.
Passengers with reservations that currently include a bus bridge between Irvine and Oceanside should receive a message from Amtrak with updates to their trip. Reservations can be updated online at Amtrak.com, by phone, or by sending a message to the @PacSurfliners account on Twitter.
Effective Saturday, May 27:
- Trains 572, 586, 573, and 587 are no longer suspended.
- Trains operating to and from San Diego no longer require a bus connection between Irvine and Oceanside
- 10 daily round trips are operating between Los Angeles and San Diego
Download Timetable (Effective May 27)
Santa Ana Station: Nearby Road Construction (April 2023)
Construction along Santa Ana Boulevard at Santiago Street for the OC Streetcar project may affect access to the Santa Ana Regional Transportation Center. Passengers may enter the station parking lot from Santa Ana Boulevard through the new left-turn pocket east of Santiago Street. When exiting the structure, turn left and exit to Santiago Street, or exit and turn right and drive back through the parking lot to exit onto Santa Ana Boulevard to get to the freeway.
There are no other notices at this time.