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Ride Metrolink Trains to Auto Club 400!

Saturday, Feb 16 2117

Race fans looking for a stress-free, convenient and affordable way to get to Auto Club Speedway’s Auto Club 400 NASCAR  Sprint Cup Series race need not look any further!  Auto Club Speedway (ACS) has again partnered with Metrolink to provide direct train service to the Auto Club 400 on Sunday, March 24 at Auto Club Speedway.

Metrolink train tickets to the Auto Club 400 are only $19 for one (1) round trip train ticket

Metrolink will operate three trains originating from Oxnard, Lancaster and Oceanside with limited stops in between for faster service. Train routes and stops include:

Route 1:  Oxnard to ACS

Oxnard

Moorpark

Chatsworth

Van Nuys

Covina

Montclair

Rancho Cucamonga

Auto Club Speedway

 

Route 2:  Lancaster to ACS

Lancaster

Santa Clarita

Sylmar/San Fernando

Downtown Burbank

L.A. Union Station

Auto Club Speedway

 

Route 3:  Oceanside to ACS

Oceanside

San Clemente

Irvine

Orange

Riverside-La Sierra

San Bernardino

Auto Club Speedway

Metrolink’s Speedway trains stop at a specially constructed station just off the back straight-away at the race track.  From there, passengers will board a free tram that takes them to the entrance gates.  Trains depart Auto Club Speedway one hour after the end of the race, or checkered flag

The Auto Club Speedway Metrolink Train Service is a joint demonstration project made possible in part by Clean Transportation Funding from the Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee (MSRC).  The MSRC’s mission is to fund projects that reduce air pollution to meet the region’s clean air goals. Over its 22-year history, the MSRC has assisted organizations throughout the Southland in removing as much as 8,000 tons of harmful pollutants from the air through innovative programs designed to reduce air pollution from mobile sources.  

“The MSRC is excited to partner with these organizations and will provide up to $57,000 in Clean Transportation Funding for the special Metrolink train service to the Auto Club 400. Having fans take public transportation to the races takes cars off the road cutting congestion and air pollution, which helps advance the MSRC’s mission to reduce harmful emissions from mobile sources,” said L.A. County Supervisor Michael Antonovich, who serves on the Metrolink Board of Directors and MSRC as an appointee from  the South Coast Air Quality Management District.

Metrolink riders can bring food and non-alcoholic beverages on board the train.  Items are not permitted to be stored at the Speedway train station; however fans may utilize lightweight backpacks and soft side bags/coolers, no larger than 6x6x12 inches, that may contain race weekend essentials.  For a complete list of approved carry-in items, please visit www.autoclubspeedway.com.

ACS PR

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