Corona–West station

Corona–West is a Metrolink station in west Corona, California, on the 91 Line and Inland Empire–Orange County Line. Thirty-five Metrolink trains serve the station on weekdays.[3]

Metrolink commuter rail station
General information
Location155 South Auto Center Drive
Corona, California 92880
Coordinates33°53′09″N 117°36′49″W / 33.8858°N 117.6136°W / 33.8858; -117.6136Coordinates: 33°53′09″N 117°36′49″W / 33.8858°N 117.6136°W / 33.8858; -117.6136
Owned byRiverside County Transportation Commission
Line(s)BNSF San Bernardino Subdivision[1]
Platforms2 side platforms
ConnectionsRiverside Transit Agency
Corona & Norco Dial-a-Ride
Parking504 free spaces
OpenedOctober 2, 1995 (1995-10-02)[2]
Preceding station Metrolink icon.svg Metrolink Following station
Fullerton 91/Perris Valley Line Corona–North Main
Anaheim Canyon
toward Oceanside
Inland Empire–Orange County Line Corona–North Main
Future services
Preceding station Metrolink icon.svg Metrolink Following station
Placentia 91/Perris Valley Line Corona–North Main

The station is located at 155 S. Auto Center Drive, and has 504 parking spaces. It is also the western terminus of the Riverside Transit Agency Route 1 bus, which is free for passengers who hold a valid Metrolink ticket or pass, although more plentiful transit connections exist at the Corona–North Main station. The Orange County Transportation Authority also offers westbound bus transit connections. Like all Metrolink stations in Riverside County, this station is owned by the Riverside County Transportation Commission.

Platforms and tracksEdit

Westbound  91 Line toward L.A. Union Station (Fullerton)
 Inland Empire–Orange County Line toward Oceanside (Anaheim Canyon)
 Southwest Chief No stops
Eastbound  91 Line toward Perris–South (Corona–North Main)
 Inland Empire–Orange County Line toward San Bernardino–Downtown (Corona–North Main)
 Southwest Chief No stops


  1. ^ SMA Rail Consulting (April 2016). "California Passenger Rail Network Schematics" (PDF). California Department of Transportation.
  2. ^ Haldane, David (October 1, 1995). "New Line, Less Stress Starting Monday". Los Angeles Times. p. 176. Retrieved July 6, 2019 – via
  3. ^ Metrolink Schedules

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