Anaheim Canyon station

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Anaheim Canyon
Metrolink (California)
Metrolink commuter rail station
Anaheim Canyon Metrolink Station.jpg
station platform in 2020
Location1039 North Pacificenter Drive
Anaheim, CA, 92808
Coordinates33°51′15″N 117°50′26″W / 33.8542°N 117.8406°W / 33.8542; -117.8406Coordinates: 33°51′15″N 117°50′26″W / 33.8542°N 117.8406°W / 33.8542; -117.8406
Owned byCity of Anaheim
Line(s)SCRRA Olive Subdivision[1]
Platforms1 side platform
Tracks1
Bus stands4
ConnectionsBus transport OC Bus: 38, 71, 123
Bus transport Anaheim Resort Transportation: Canyon Line
Construction
Parking149 free spaces[2]
Bicycle facilitiesYes: Bike Racks
Disabled accessYes
History
OpenedAugust 5, 1996; 23 years ago (1996-08-05)[3]
Services
Preceding station Metrolink icon.svg Metrolink Following station
Orange
toward Oceanside
Inland Empire–Orange County Line Corona–West
Location
Location of Anaheim Canyon station on a map of the Los Angeles area
Location of Anaheim Canyon station on a map of the Los Angeles area
Anaheim Canyon
Location within Los Angeles

Anaheim Canyon is a Metrolink train station in Anaheim, Orange County, California, United States, served by the Inland Empire–Orange County Line.[4] The station is adjacent to the Anaheim Canyon industrial and professional area.[5] It is located at 1039 North Pacificenter Drive, which is near La Palma Avenue and North Tustin Avenue.

It is also a stop for Orange County Transportation Authority buses.

Platforms and tracks[edit]

Main track  Inland Empire–Orange County Line toward Oceanside (Orange)
 Inland Empire–Orange County Line toward San Bernardino-Downtown (West Corona)

References[edit]

  1. ^ SMA Rail Consulting (April 2016). "California Passenger Rail NETWORK SCHEMATICS" (PDF). California Department of Transportation.
  2. ^ https://www.metrolinktrains.com/rider-info/general-info/stations/anaheim-canyon/
  3. ^ Eyerly, Alan (July 24, 1996). "New Train Stop to Give Commuters an Option". Los Angeles Times. ISSN 0458-3035. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
  4. ^ David Yi (December 22, 2005). "Metrolink to Add Four Runs to Inland-O.C. Route". Los Angeles Times.
  5. ^ Eyerly, Alan (April 06, 1996) "Council to Discuss Commuter Rail Station Project" Los Angeles Times

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