The global fight against the novel coronavirus continues, and we are working closely with our partners to provide safe transportation for those who need to travel.
Effective March 19, the state of California instituted an executive order for residents to stay at home except for essential needs. Under this order, the Pacific Surfliner is considered an “essential service” and will continue to operate as long as it is safe and sensible to do so.
That said, we are temporarily moving to a reduced schedule for the Pacific Surfliner based on current ridership needs. We will continue to monitor the situation and may make further adjustments as required. Please travel only if absolutely necessary and observe at least six feet of distance from others.
Visit our Travel Advisory page for information about other adjustments to the Pacific Surfliner service, such as the reduction or suspension of food and beverage sales in the onboard Market Café, and the reduction of hours at some staffed stations. View schedule details below.
Effective Tuesday, March 24
We will operate on a reduced schedule following the adjustments below. This is subject to change based on ridership and public health conditions. Any updates will be posted here and our Travel Advisory pages.
- Trains 579 and 593 will operate as scheduled
- Trains 759, 561/1761, 565/1565, 569/1569, 573/1573, 583, 591/1591, and 595 are cancelled
- Trains 763 and 777 will operate according to the schedule between San Diego and Goleta (no service north of Goleta)
- Trains 767/1767 and 785 will operate according to the schedule between San Diego and Los Angeles (no service north of Los Angeles)
- Trains 564/1564, 768, 580, and 584/1584 will operate as scheduled
- Trains 562, 566/1566, 572/1572, 578, 782, 590/1590, and 792 are cancelled
- Train 774 will operate according to the schedule between Los Angeles and San Diego (no service between San Luis Obispo and Los Angeles)
- Train 796 will operate according to the schedule between Goleta and San Diego (no service between San Luis Obispo and Goleta)
Note: Service to San Luis Obispo will be preserved through limited bus connections from Santa Barbara. The decision to suspend service north of Goleta was made after a thorough analysis of current ridership, as well as crew and equipment needs.