More On The Future Of Metrolink

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By Noel T. Braymer

I have been going over and rereading Metrolink’s ten year strategic plan published in 2015 covering its planning up to 2025. I’ve written about some of this on this blog last week. This plan is a 171 page document which takes some time and rereading to cover a lot of its material. Basically there is a lot in this plan which is very welcomed and long overdue. Much of what is in this says much of what I have been calling for years and is also supported by RailPAC. At the heart of this plan is the realization that the original Metrolink plan to mostly operate rush hour service into downtown Los Angeles in the morning and out by night ignores many other important travel markets. This new plan assumes more frequent service, more reverse commute services, better connections to markets without rail service as well…

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