Welcome Back Angels Express!
Say "Goodbye" to fighting traffic and paying for parking.
The popular Angels Express special train service is back again for the fourth year in a row! Ride the Angels Express to all Angels weekday home games that start at 7:05 p.m. and to every Friday night game on the Inland Empire-Orange County Line.
Tickets for the Angels Express cost only $7 roundtrip, $6 for senior/disabled and $4 for youth (ages 6 – 18). Children 5 and younger can ride free with a paying adult (up to 3 children). The train takes you straight to the stadium's parking lot so you're just a short walk away. Save money on parking and gas, forget about the crowded stadium parking lot, and leave your car behind!
How to buy an Angels Express Ticket
Tickets may be purchased at Metrolink station ticket vending machines by selecting “Special Ticket Options”. Please arrive up to 45 minutes before the train departure time to purchase your Angels Express tickets. Tickets are available for sale starting at 2:00 a.m. on game days from the ticket vending machines on the Orange County Line stations.
For a list of Metrolink schedules, click here.
Metrolink Angels Express Fares
$7 Adult roundtrip
$4 Youth ages 6-18 years old
FREE Kids age 5 and under with paying adult, limit 3 per fare
50% off Angels Game Tickets!
Ride the Angels Express to the game and get 50% off select Angels Baseball game tickets! Just go to Angels.com/octa for the special code to access your discount. This is OCTA’s way of saying "Thank You" for riding Angels Express.
Thank you to Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee’s (MSRC) for providing funding for the Metrolink Angels Express trains.
The Angels Express Schedules
Please note that the trains going home will wait to depart until 30 minutes after the game ends. However, the trains will leave no later than 11:30 p.m. If you are at a game that is going into multiple extra innings, make sure you give yourself enough time to get to the station for an 11:30 p.m. departure.
Parking at Metrolink Stations
Orange County and Inland Empire Stations: Free parking at Buena Park, Fullerton, Anaheim, Santa Ana, Tustin, Irvine, Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo, Orange, Anaheim Canyon, West Corona, North Main Corona, Riverside-La Sierra, and Riverside-Downtown stations, so you can drive to the station, leave your car and take the Angels Express to the game. To learn more about the number of parking spaces and amenities available at the station closest to you, please click here.
Los Angeles Union Station: Daily parking is available in front of Union Station at Lot B. There are 60 spaces available, with a maximum charge of $14 per day. Overnight parking is not allowed. Parking is also available at Gateway Plaza (behind Union Station) for $6 per day. The Gateway Plaza lot is open 24 hours per day. More information is available here.
Norwalk/Santa Fe Springs Station: To park at this station, you need to purchase a Single Day Reserved parking permit in advance online or by calling Norwalk Customer Service at (562) 929-5550. The permit costs $5.00. With this permit, you will be able park your vehicle on the east side of the train tracks so that you will have access your vehicle after the game. You can also purchase a monthly parking permit for $30 per month ($15 for Norwalk and Santa Fe Springs residents).
Orange County Stations: OCTA bus routes 29, 43, 54, 59, 70, 83, 90 and 143 provide late service to some of the Metrolink stations in Orange County.
Los Angeles Stations: The Metro Red Line is light rail train service that goes from North Hollywood to L.A. Union Station. The Metro Gold Line also serves L.A. Union Station, starting in Pasadena. Click here for a PDF document with the other connections to L.A. Union Station. For a list of connecting transit from the Norwalk/Santa Fe Station, please click here.
When planning your trip the Angels Express, remember to make sure your bus or light rail route provides service at the time you will be returning to the Metrolink station. The Angels Express train departs 30 minutes after the last out is recorded in the game and 45 minutes on Friday night games. Assuming that a normal game takes three hours, the train would likely depart around 10:35 p.m., getting you back to your connection between 10:45 p.m. and 11:30 p.m., depending on how far you are going.
NOTE: There is a possibility that the game could run long, making the train departure times unpredictable, so be sure to have a backup plan in case the train arrives after your last bus or light rail train has left.
New to Metrolink? It's Easy!
For step by step instruction on how to ride, click here.