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East Ontario (Metrolink station)

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East Ontario (Metrolink station)

East Ontario
Metrolink commuter rail
A train at East Ontario Station
Station statistics
Address 3330 East Francis Street
Ontario, CA 91761
Structure type Grade-level
Platforms 1 side platform, 1 island platform (only boards on one side)
Tracks 2
Parking 500 spaces
Other information
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Owned by City of Ontario
Passengers (2012) 448[1] Decrease 4.7%
Preceding station     Following station
Riverside Line

East Ontario is a station on Metrolink's Riverside Line in Ontario, California. It is located at 3330 East Francis Street, south of the Ontario International Airport. It is owned and operated by the City of Ontario. Omnitrans Route 81 provides connecting transit a short walk away. Rail service does not operate on weekends. Bus service operates 7 days a week. There are approximately 500 parking spaces available.

East Ontario is the closest station to Ontario International Airport. Airport passengers can connect to Route 81, which will take them to the consolidated rental car facility on Haven Ave., where an airport shuttle will deliver them to the terminal. Due to the relatively limited schedule of Route 81, and the walking involved, some passengers may find an easier airport connection via Route 61 at the Downtown Pomona station.

Platforms and tracks

Westbound Riverside Line toward L.A. Union Station (Downtown Pomona)
Eastbound Riverside Line toward Riverside-Downtown (Pedley)


  1. ^ "Metrolink Station Boardings (Average Weekday FY12 Q3)". Metrolink. 2012. Retrieved 26 October 2012. 

External links

  • Metrolink – East Ontario
  • Omnitrans

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