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Metrolink on Sunday Schedule for 4th of July, No Service Monday

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Metrolink commuter rail service will proceed uninterrupted tomorrow and follow the regular Sunday schedule, however there will be no service on Monday. On Sunday, July 4th, tickets will be available for purchase for riders from station vending machines, and "are valid for a free connection to Metro Rail Lines (Red, Purple, Blue, Gold and Green) and most buses," according to Metrolink. However, on Monday, July 5th, there will be no service, except for special Antelope Valley Line Service, for which Metrolink is offering two (2) round trips from Lancaster to Los Angeles Union Station. Get info on schedules online or by calling 800-371-LINK (5465).