Dodger fans can get on board the Metrolink after a night at the ball park thanks to a new late-night train service announced Monday by Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich. The trains will run after weekday Dodger home games and throughout the regular season.
To get to Dodger Stadium, fans can take regularly scheduled Metrolink trains and use L.A. Metro’s Dodger Stadium Express to travel between Union Station and Dodger Stadium.
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After the game, fans can take Metrolink’s late-night trains for Union Station at the times on the attached timetable or at www.metrolinktrains.com.
Ticket packages for a Dodger ticket and Metrolink round-trip ticket will start at $20, and a special reduced fare online ticket package can be purchased at Dodgers.com starting Wednesday, March 30.
Fans can take regularly-scheduled Antelope Valley and San Bernardino trains to and from the season opener on March 31; and on that night only, there will be a special Ventura County line train departing Union Station at 9:10 p.m.
The Antelope Valley and San Bernardino line train service and the Dodger Express bus service between Union Station and Dodger Stadium are funded by a grant awarded from the Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee initiated by Antonovich’s office.