|Metrolink commuter rail station|
Montclair Transcenter, 2012
|Location||5091 Richton Street|
|Owned by||City of Montclair|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Parking||Approximately 1600 spaces|
|Opened||February 22, 1993|
Montclair Transcenter is an intermodal transit center located at 5091 Richton Street in Montclair, California. It is located between Central and Monte Vista Avenues on Richton Street just north of the Montclair Plaza shopping center.
The TransCenter is owned by the City of Montclair. Omnitrans, Foothill Transit and the Riverside Transit Agency all provide bus service, with Foothill and RTA providing express service and Foothill and Omnitrans providing local service. It is also a station on the Metrolink San Bernardino Line.
The station serves as the dividing line between Foothill's service area and Omnitrans' service area. Omnitrans buses run to the east, while Foothill buses run to the west. Both agencies accept each other's passes for one transfer outbound from the station.
Platforms and tracks
|Westbound||■ San Bernardino Line||toward L.A. Union Station (Claremont)|
|Eastbound||■ San Bernardino Line||toward San Bernardino-Downtown (Upland)|
Omnitrans- 66, 85, 88, 290
Foothill Transit Local- 188, 197, 480, 492
Foothill Transit Express- 690 and the Silver Streak. (Silver Streak and Line 690 to Azusa)
RTA- 204 (Express to Downtown Riverside)
Both bus and rail service are available 7 days a week.
The Foothill Extension of Los Angeles Metro Rail's Metro Gold Line will terminate across this station as part of Phase 2B, set to open in 2026. But by the time this extension opens, all Gold Line stations north of Little Tokyo (including this station) will become part of Line A (Blue Line).
- Napoles, Marianne (February 24, 1993). "Metrolink trains whistling into Montclair station". South Ontario News. p. 8. Retrieved July 6, 2019 – via Newspapers.com.
- "Glendora to Montclair Work Plan" (PDF). Foothill Gold Line. Retrieved August 13, 2017.
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