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Category: Safety

Metrolink’s New Cleaner Commute

As the stay-at-home guidelines throughout our service area begin to move into the next phase, we know more of you will need to go more places very soon. As many […]

Wellness Checklist: Stretching

If you’re working from home, remember to get up and walk. Walking is a great way to add physical activity into your lifestyle. But stretching is a very important part […]

Stay Healthy: Safety is a Shared Responsibility

Safety is a foundational value at Metrolink. The Metrolink team has been actively monitoring developments regarding COVID-19 – commonly referred to as the coronavirus. We would like to let you […]

Metrolink Safety in Inclement Weather

Severe weather can happen anytime in any part of southern California. It can create hazardous conditions caused by thunderstorms, damaging winds, large hail, flash flooding, winter storms, freezing rain, sleet, […]

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month

Nearly 21 million people worldwide are estimated to be trapped in human trafficking worldwide. California’s proximity to international borders and its economy, the state’s big cities are major hotspots for […]

Metrolink Hosts Inaugural Rail Safety Summit

September is Rail Safety Month. On Thursday, September 12, Metrolink hosted rail safety and security leaders for the first Metrolink Safety Summit at the Sheraton Grand Los Angeles. Topics for […]

Rail Safety Month

September is Rail Safety Month in California, and September 22-28, 2019 is Rail Safety Week across the nation. Rail safety is a team effort. We are doing our part to […]

No video is worth the risk!

Earlier this month, the tracks between Santa Ana and Tustin, on our Orange County and Inland Empire-Orange County lines were closed because a group of people were attempting to make […]