Southern California Regional Rail Authority (Metrolink)

About Southern California Regional Rail Authority (Metrolink)

Metrolink is Southern California’s regional passenger rail service. As a leader in sustainable transportation and a force for equity and economic prosperity, we work hard every day to make our region more accessible by train. We improve the quality of life for all of our communities by empowering riders to choose how they travel and connecting people to greater opportunity and new experiences. As a result, our riders get where they need to go without worrying about access to transportation or sitting in traffic. Metrolink counts nearly 12 million annual boardings, removes an estimated 9.3 million vehicles from the road and reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 130,000 metric tons with our fleet of Tier 4 clean technology locomotives each year.

Metrolink operates over seven routes through a six-county, 512 route mile network which includes a section of northern San Diego County. Metrolink is the third largest commuter rail agency in the United States based on directional route miles and the eight largest based on annual ridership. Metrolink has fifty five (55) stations served by seven (7) lines. These lines include: Antelope Valley Line, Inland Empire Orange County Line, 91 Line, Orange County Line, Riverside Line, San Bernardino Line, and Ventura Line.

With a shared purpose and commitment to excellence, we strive to motivate and challenge our employees to explore the limits of their potential. We promote a culture of innovation, safety, team-work, collaboration, and respect. We strongly encourage candidates from diverse backgrounds, skills and experiences and actively eliminate disparities through inclusive hiring practices, that acknowledge the contributions and potential of all candidates.

The Metrolink Internship & Grads on Career Track programs are a unique opportunity for current college students, recent grads, and those enrolled in specialized program, to gain real world experience, work with industry leaders and exercise practical application of academic studies. Our interns work closely with our team members on agency wide projects to advance their technical, personal, and leadership skills, while enhancing mobility of Southern Californians.


Train control intern

July 2019 Pomona, CA
“Everyone at this company was nice and friendly. Willing to answer all my questions and help me grow.”
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