TBT: Angels Express Service Began April 2011

The Angels Express trains returned for the 2018 season this week for its eighth season getting fans to Angels Stadium without the burden of traffic and parking.

Angels Express LAUS - Jeon

In 2011, in partnership with the Orange County Transportation Authority, we began our Angels Express service to provide roundtrip service to and from Angel Stadium. More than 20,600 riders joined us that first year, and it has been a homerun for fans ever since.


Angels Express ad from 2011

Not much has changed since that first year – we still provide service at all weekday home games beginning at 7:07 p.m. (7:05 p.m. in 2011) and fares continue to be the same great low price of only $7 for adults!


2013 Angels Express train wrap

The service has changed for the better since that inaugural year, instead of one train to Angels Stadium from Los Angeles and Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo, we now offer up to three trains from Los Angeles, one train from Oceanside, two from Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo and three from Irvine. On top of that, Friday night home games now have a special train on the Inland Empire-Orange County Line from Perris.


Don’t forget, tomorrow (Friday, April 6) is the annual Angels Express Kick-Off Rally at the Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo Station from 4 to 6 p.m. Join us for food, free swag, fun and a chance to meet former Angels player Clyde Wright before heading to the game! See a video of last year’s kick-off event below:

To learn more about the Angels Express service, click here.

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