91/Perris Valley Line Trains To Be Out Of Service June 22-23


Commuter trains that operate along the 91/Perris Valley Line will be out of service June 22-23 due to maintenance and rehab projects.

The following alert is from Metrolink:

PERRIS, CA — Due to maintenance and rehabilitation projects, 91/Perris Valley Line service will be interrupted on Saturday and Sunday, June 22-23, 2024.

That weekend, 91/Perris Valley Line trains will not operate between the Perris-South and Riverside-Downtown stations. Alternate bus transportation will be provided at all stations between Perris and Riverside. Expect delays as the buses negotiate traffic congestion.

Safety is foundational at Metrolink, and we are regularly working to ensure our system’s long-term safety and reliability in the communities we serve. We apologize that these necessary infrastructure enhancements result in the closure of the rail line and the inconveniences it causes our riders. We will continue to look for ways to minimize the impact of these closures as best as possible as we continue this critical work.

  • Will the buses be able to carry bikes?
    • Yes, but not all of them. We work with bus charter companies to have space for both luggage and bicycles, but the compartments are not necessarily designed to secure bicycles. When we can secure buses that routinely provide public transportation, traditional bicycle racks are located outside of the buses.
  • Are the buses ADA-accessible?
    • Yes. At least one bus will be ADA accessible within each scheduled bus group providing alternate transportation.
  • Why will trains be delayed by up to 1 hour late?
    • Buses will take the fastest, safest route available; however, we can experience delays from 30-90 minutes due to traffic. It takes buses longer to travel between Metrolink stations than our trains.
  • Do I need to buy an extra ticket to ride the bus?
    • No. Your Metrolink ticket is all you need.
  • Where do I catch the bus?
    • • Perris-South Station: 1304 Case Road, Perris CA
    • • Perris-Downtown Station: 121 South C Street, Perris CA
    • • Moreno Valley/March Field Station: 14160 Meridian Parkway, Riverside CA
    • • Riverside-Hunter Park/UCR Station: 1101 Marlborough Avenue, Riverside CA
    • • Riverside-Downtown Station: 4066 Vine St., Riverside CA

  • Will there be personnel at the stations to assist us?
  • Metrolink will make every effort to have staff at stations with bus bridge service. For additional assistance, call or text 800-371-LINK (5465).


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