Upcoming Track Work will Affect Pacific Surfliner Service

Ongoing construction projects along our corridor keep the tracks in top condition and contribute to overall improvements in rail travel. Upcoming projects will require temporary track closures so crews can perform necessary work.

Information about these upcoming service disruptions can be found at pacificsurfliner.com/alerts.

  • September 25-28 and October 2-3, 2017: The tracks will be closed between 12:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. to allow crews to perform track work in Ventura. Pacific Surfliner service will be affected between Oxnard and Goleta. Bus bridges will be provided between these stations.
  • October 4-6, 2017: Due to a bridge replacement project in Ventura, the tracks will be closed for 36 hours, from 9 p.m. on October 4 through 9 a.m. on October 6. Pacific Surfliner service will be affected between Oxnard and Goleta. Bus bridges will be provided between these stations.
  • October 6-8 and October 20-22, 2017: Due to planned improvement projects, the tracks will be closed in San Diego County for two weekends, starting late Friday night. Pacific Surfliner service will be affected between Oceanside and San Diego. Limited bus connections will be provided.

Why are the closures needed?
Track closures allow for construction crews to perform work on multiple improvement projects. This includes constructing additional rail track, improving or replacing bridges, and more. Thank you for your patience as we work to improve rail service in Southern California.

We appreciate your patronage and apologize for any inconvenience. For schedules and information, visit PacificSurfliner.com, use the free Amtrak mobile app, speak with station personnel or call 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).

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