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Metrolink will have limited service on its Antelope Valley, Orange County and Inland Empire-Orange County lines on the weekend of April 9 and 10, due to multiple track and maintenance projects.

There will be no Metrolink service south of the Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo station for the Orange County and IE-OC lines, and there will be adjusted service on the Antelope Valley Line.

Metrolink will be replacing rock along the beach to secure the tracks following heavy rains south of San Clemente as well as conducting a scheduled railroad tie replacement project near Laguna Niguel. The San Clemente community near the tracks will experience some daytime noise this weekend as work is completed.

“As a result, all trains on Metrolink’s Orange County and IE-OC lines will only operate to and from the Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo station,” a Metrolink press release stated. “Metrolink will not provide buses or alternate transportation south of Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo during this weekend closure.”

On the Antelope Valley Line, Metrolink will complete scheduled track work near the Vincent station.

Amtrak trains will not operate south of Irvine on Saturday or Sunday, but Amtrak will provide bus service for Amtrak passengers between Irvine and San Diego.

For more information on Amtrak service, visit

For details on Metrolink’s schedules, visit

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