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Los Angeles Union and Los Angeles Catalina Express Terminal are the most searched stations in Los Angeles by KAYAK users.
Amtrak is the only train company serving Los Angeles.
Fullerton to Los Angeles - 0h 34m
Santa Barbara to Los Angeles - 2h 00m
Bakersfield to Los Angeles - 3h 00m
San Diego to Los Angeles - 2h 42m
Anaheim to Los Angeles - 0h 44m
Burbank to Los Angeles - 0h 28m
There are a few different options for traveling from Union Station to downtown Los Angeles. If you choose to work, the journey will normally take you around 10 to 15min on average. You can also take public transportation, such as bus line 40, which will take approximately 5min. A one-way bus ticket normally costs around $1.75.
When deciding where to travel by train from Los Angeles for a day trip, consider going to San Diego, a large city that is known for its warm weather, scenic beaches, and delicious restaurants. You can also head north and go to Santa Barbara, a town that is right near the Santa Ynez Mountains and is known for its Mediterranean-style architecture.
Union Station is accessible for travelers with limited mobility and has elevators, restrooms, and a ticket office that are wheelchair-friendly. Train station employees are also available to help travelers with limited mobility with anything they may need, including grabbing their luggage, disembarking the train, and navigating the station. If you will need additional assistance, make sure to contact the station ahead of time in order to have an employee waiting for you.
Almost all Amtrak trains are equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi that passengers can access for the entire duration of their journey. You will also have your own personal outlet that you can use to keep your personal devices charged. Many Metrolink trains provide passengers with Wi-Fi as well, but it will depend on the specific journey that you are on.