Inland Empire–Orange County Line

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Inland Empire-Orange County Line
Riverside Metrolink.jpg
Metrolink train in Riverside
Type Commuter rail line
System Metrolink
Status Operating
Locale Inland Empire and Orange County
Termini San Bernardino Union Station
Stations 15
Daily ridership 4,262 (2012)
Owner BNSF Railway (San Bernardino–Anaheim Canyon)
SCRRA (Anaheim Canyon–San Clemente Pier)
NCTD (San Clemente Pier–Oceanside)
Operator(s) Metrolink
Character Elevated and surface-level
Line length 100.1 miles (161.1 km)
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)
Operating speed 39 mph (63 km/h)[1]
Route map
San BernardinoAmtrak
91/Perris Valley Line
to South Perris
Riverside Line
to Los Angeles Union Station
Riverside-La Sierra
North Main Corona
West Corona
91/Perris Valley Line
to Los Angeles Union Station
Anaheim Canyon
Orange County Line
to Los Angeles Union Station
Pacific Surfliner
to Los Angeles Union Station
Santa AnaAmtrak
Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo
San Juan Capistrano
San ClementeAmtrak
San Clemente Pier (weekends only)
Oceanside Transit CenterAmtrakCoaster icon.svgSprinter San Diego.png
Sprinter San Diego.png
to Escondido
Coaster icon.svg
to San Diego Santa Fe Depot
Pacific Surfliner
to San Diego Santa Fe Depot

The Inland Empire–Orange County (IEOC) Line is a commuter rail line run by Metrolink in Southern California. It runs from San Bernardino through Orange County to Oceanside in northern San Diego County.

The IEOC Line, Metrolink's sixth line to be introduced, opened in October 1995.[2] With the exception of the Anaheim Canyon station, the line shares all of its stations with the 91 Line, the Orange County Line, the Riverside Line, and the San Bernardino Line.

As of July 2016, eight trains in each direction serve the stations from Riverside to Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo on weekdays.[3] The remainder of the trains servicing the IEOC Line cover more to all of the stations, except San Clemente Pier, which is only serviced on the weekends.[3] The San Clemente Pier station is two miles south of the San Clemente station, making San Clemente Pier still easily accessibly on weekdays through the use of Uber or Lyft. It should also be noted that this line is the only Metrolink line which dosen't terminate at Union Station.

In July 2006, the Orange County Transportation Authority created weekend service on the IEOC and Orange County Lines. As of August 2016, the IEOC Line schedule has two trains on Saturday and two on Sunday, each servicing every station, including San Clemente Pier.[3]


  1. ^ "Metrolink Fact Sheet for June 2012" (PDF). Metrolink. Retrieved 26 October 2012. 
  2. ^ TRAINS Magazine - Railroad News, Web Cam, Railroading Video - Metrolink
  3. ^ a b c "Metrolink Timetable" (PDF). June 6, 2016. Retrieved August 12, 2016. 

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