Train                                       

 Enjoy the many benefits of taking a train:                                   Metrolink                              

  • save time, money and energy.                                                       
  • relax and enjoy some free time while someone else drives.
  • no sitting in traffic.
  • no wear & tear on your car.

 

 Ride Metrolink for 25% off - then show your Metrolink pass to board OCTA for free!

25% discount for students. One-way, round-trip, 7-day, and monthly passes are available on the Metrolink app or at ticket vending machines at all Metrolink stations. While riding the train, students must show their student identification along with a valid pass or ticket upon request of fare enforcement personnel. For details, please visit Metrolink's website at: www.metrolinktrains.comOpens in new window .

After you ride the Metrolink train, simply show your Metrolink pass to complete your trip on any local OCTA bus at no extra charge.

Transportation to CSUF from local train stations

OCTA provides transportation between the Anaheim Canyon rail station (Route #24) and the Fullerton Transportation Center (Route #26) to CSUF. There is no fee to board an OCTAOpens in new window bus if you show your Metrolink pass.  Please visit OCTA’s websiteOpens in new window for current schedules and commute planning assistance.

Amtrak

Amtrak offers students 10% off rail fare to all of their destinations. Detailed information is available on their website at www.amtrak.com/student-discountOpens in new window .

  

Commute Planning Assistance

AmtrakOpens in new window - commute planning assistance - (800) USA-RAIL or 872-7245

MetrolinkOpens in new window - commute planning assistance - (800) 371-LINK or 278-3082

OCTAOpens in new window - commuter planning assistance - (714) 636-RIDE (7433)

MetroOpens in new window - commute planning assistance and bus schedules- 1-800-COMMUTE

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