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Pacific Surfliner train service anticipated to reopen North of Goleta by week of Feb. 13

CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN REGIONS, Calif. – The Los Angeles-San Diego-San Luis Obispo Rail Corridor Agency that manages the Amtrak Pacific Surfliner announced it expects to fully restore track service north of Goleta the week of Feb. 13 following required repairs due to storm-related damage.

Train service between Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego counties is expected to be restored on Feb. 4 for the following lines:

  • Southbound trains 562, 564, 770, 774, 580, 784, and 588
  • Northbound trains 765, 567, 777, 581, 785, 591, and 595

For the most up to date information on rail service status, visit the Pacific Surfliner website here or their Twitter account here.

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