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Since train tracks reopened on Thursday, January 11, , following the devastating mudslides near Montecito, the Pacific Surfliner has served as the only viable ground transportation option for thousands of people between Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. In response to the unprecedented demand for train travel in the area, 15 additional railcars were secured from throughout the state to add more than 2, seats to the 10 daily Pacific Surfliner trains serving Santa Barbara County.

Even with the additional railcars, which have been operating since Sunday, January 14, Pacific Surfliner trains remain extremely busy, with demand exceeding available seating capacity on many trains. The added roundtrip will supplement the existing Pacific Surfliner service by adding nearly 1, more seats and providing an additional travel option into Santa Barbara County until the reopening of Highway Service Details: Schedules for the two new trains are listed below, and will include stops at Camarillo, Oxnard, Ventura, Carpinteria and Santa Barbara.

Due to the high demand for train transportation, passengers should continue to expect busy trains and plan accordingly. Minor delays are expected due to personnel working near the railroad and continued cleanup efforts. Contact: To book travel and receive service updates, visit www. Since train tracks reopened on Thursday, January 11, , the Pacific Surfliner has served as the only viable ground transportation option between Ventura and Santa Barbara counties, as drive time on alternate routes between the two counties can take nearly four hours.

Due to the limited transportation options, Pacific Surfliner trains have been extremely busy, with demand exceeding available seating capacity. Extra railcars that had already been added to select Pacific Surfliner trains for the past two days using available equipment are being supplemented by the arrival of eight additional railcars and three locomotives from northern California, which will add up to extra seats per train. Please expect delays as trains travel through the affected areas.

So true, Flicka! Standing room only, with an average of eight standing in each of the restrooms. Sardine Express! Alllllll aboard! I just want to come home without having to travel on the Grapevine in the winter with twice the amount of trucks because of the closure.

It seems like CalTrans could give some sort of an estimate. Or train service that includes car hauling or a true ferry service where cars could be driven on. Not knowing how long this will last is so stressful. I realize I do have a home left when I am able to return to Santa Barbara, unlike so many others, but some sort of timeline would be nice. While I do congratulate Amtrak for coming through for us, and running the trains during this disaster.

I have to ask, is it really rocket science to add new cars? But I digress. There are people who have who have been trying to get commuter rail routes going for 25 years without success, so i doubt if we're going to solve this problem now But for now, bravo Amtrak for adding new cars. Dare we ask you to add additional departure times from Ventura, like 7 or 8am perhaps?

Yes, i know about the whole Union Pacific riddle with freight. Could not some local congressman or senator say They had people riding on top and hanging off the sides? I met a man at the Carp Post Office this afternoon who said the Amtrak coming to Carp from the south had an overload with standing room only left. He said it looked like the packed trains you see in India. Skip to main content. Search form. Montecito Mudslide.

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Since train tracks reopened on Thursday, January 11, , following the devastating mudslides near Montecito, the Pacific Surfliner has served as the only viable ground transportation option for thousands of people between Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. In response to the unprecedented demand for train travel in the area, 15 additional railcars were secured from throughout the state to add more than 2, seats to the 10 daily Pacific Surfliner trains serving Santa Barbara County. Even with the additional railcars, which have been operating since Sunday, January 14, Pacific Surfliner trains remain extremely busy, with demand exceeding available seating capacity on many trains. The added roundtrip will supplement the existing Pacific Surfliner service by adding nearly 1, more seats and providing an additional travel option into Santa Barbara County until the reopening of Highway Service Details: Schedules for the two new trains are listed below, and will include stops at Camarillo, Oxnard, Ventura, Carpinteria and Santa Barbara. Due to the high demand for train transportation, passengers should continue to expect busy trains and plan accordingly.

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A great escape awaits when you take the Pacific Surfliner. Sink back in your seat as you cruise along tracks that parallel bustling highways, taking in some of Southern California's most iconic scenery. Learn more. Relax in this charming small town with beautiful beaches and breathtaking views. Shop, dine, catch a concert or even visit an escape room at this growing center. Build a toy car or teddy bear, watch confectioners at work or discover unique art.

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To get a closer look, you'd have to be on a surfboard, which, believe it or not, you're welcome to bring onboard, since Pacific Surfliner trains have special racks to accommodate the bikes and boards of our more outdoor-minded riders. Northbound Train will be renumbered as Train , but will keep a similar departure time from San Diego, at pm. Starting at the southern end of the route, you'll find an almost endless list of attractions in the sun-splashed city of San Diego. Stroll by the many shops and restaurants of the Gaslamp Quarter. Or take a sandy step back in time at the grand old Victorian beachfront Hotel del Coronado. Of course, there's always plenty of reason to stop in Los Angeles. No matter what you do, just remember to grab your sunglasses and watch for your favorite stars.

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