Track Work Disrupts Pacific Surfliner Service

Track work will affect operations of Amtrak’s Pacific Surfliner trains for the period April 9-12.

On April 9 Train 796 will terminate at Los Angeles. Bus service will be provided south to San Diego, serving all missed stops.

On April 10 and 11, Train 796 will terminate at Los Angeles with bus service to all missed stops.

Trains 580, 768, 774, 1564 and 1584 will operate normally to Irvine, where bus service will be provided between Irvine and San Diego.

Express buses will run from Irvine to Oceanside, Solana Beach, Old Town San Diego and Downtown San Diego.

Trains 579, 593, 763, 777, 785 and 1767 will originate in Irvine with bus service being provided between San Diego and Irvine.

Buses will depart Downtown San Diego, Solana Beach and Oceanside earlier than the train schedule to allow time to connect with trains in Irvine.

Buses will not pick up at Old Town San Diego. Passengers can take the trolley to Downtown San Diego to board buses to Irvine.

On April 12, Trains 564, 580, 768, 774 and 796 will terminate at Solana Beach. Bus service will be provided from Oceanside to San Diego.

Trains 579, 593, 763, 767, 777 and 785 will originate at Solana Beach with connecting bus service will be provided from San Diego to Oceanside.

Buses will not pick up at Old Town San Diego. Passengers can take the trolley to Downtown San Diego to board buses to Oceanside.

Likewise, buses will not stop at Old Town. Old Town passengers may use the trolley to connect with the Oceanside buses at San Diego. However, Bus 3286 will stop at Old Town.

Alternate bus service will not serve San Juan Capistrano or San Clemente Pier with the exception of Bus 3596 that will stop at San Juan Capistrano.

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