91 Line

The 91 Line is a commuter rail line operated by Metrolink that runs from Los Angeles to Riverside in Southern California, paralleling State Route 91 between Riverside and Santa Fe Springs. Operating since May 2002, the line runs on the Southern Transcon track owned by BNSF Railway. The 91 Line has five trains each way on weekdays and none on weekends. As of April 2010, the line shares all of its stations with the Orange County Line and Inland Empire-Orange County (IEOC) Line. The planned Placentia station will be the first station only served by the 91 Line.

Read more about 91 Line:  Stations, Perris Valley Line Extension

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91 Line - Perris Valley Line Extension - Future Development
... In 2005, an RCTC-commissioned study determined that extending the line to San Jacinto via an underused rail line and/or Temecula via a brand-new trackage would be feasible. ...

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