Anaheim Canyon station
|Metrolink commuter rail station|
station platform in 2020
|Location||1039 North Pacificenter Drive|
Anaheim, CA, 92808
|Owned by||City of Anaheim|
|Line(s)||SCRRA Olive Subdivision|
|Platforms||1 side platform|
|Connections|| OC Bus: 38, 71, 123|
Anaheim Resort Transportation: Canyon Line
|Parking||149 free spaces|
|Bicycle facilities||Yes: Bike Racks|
|Opened||August 5, 1996|
Anaheim Canyon is a Metrolink train station in Anaheim, Orange County, California, United States, served by the Inland Empire–Orange County Line. The station is adjacent to the Anaheim Canyon industrial and professional area. 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
|Main track||■ Inland Empire–Orange County Line||toward Oceanside (Orange)|
|■ Inland Empire–Orange County Line||toward San Bernardino-Downtown (West Corona)|
- SMA Rail Consulting (April 2016). "California Passenger Rail NETWORK SCHEMATICS" (PDF). California Department of Transportation.
- Eyerly, Alan (July 24, 1996). "New Train Stop to Give Commuters an Option". Los Angeles Times. ISSN 0458-3035. Retrieved July 6, 2019.
- David Yi (December 22, 2005). "Metrolink to Add Four Runs to Inland-O.C. Route". Los Angeles Times.
- Eyerly, Alan (April 06, 1996) "Council to Discuss Commuter Rail Station Project" Los Angeles Times
- Anaheim Canyon at the Metrolink website
- "MetroLink Adds Later Evening Train to Inland Empire" - Los Angeles Times
- "Agenda" - Los Angeles Times
- "Train collision near LA kills one, hurts 265" - The Deseret News
- "Ocean-bound residents flock to train for access" - The Press Enterprise
- "Trains collide in California" - The Free Lance Star
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