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Metrolink - Southern California Regional Rail Authority (SCRRA)

The SCRRA was formed in 1991 as a joint powers authority between five counties within Southern California to provide commuter rail service on recently purchased Southern Pacific rights-of-way.  The rights of way were purchased using a combination of Proposition C,  Proposition 108, the Passenger Rail and Clean Air Bond Act passed in 1990.

The current five member agencies are: Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro), Orange County Transportation Authority, Riverside County Transportation Commission, San Bernardino Associated Governments and Ventura County Transportation Commission.

Metrolink currently operates 7 lines with 165 Weekday Trains with a total of 56 stations.  Weekday Ridership is currently at 44,706 passengers.  Metro is an active partner in Metrolink and will contribute $53 million dollars to the SCRRA's $210 million operating budget. Metro currently has four seats on the 11 member board of directors.  Additional information regarding Metrolink can be found at