San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA)

San Bernardino, CA 92410


About San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA)


1170 West 3rd Street, 2nd Floor
San Bernardino, CA 92410
United States of America

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Products and Press Releases


SBCTA, Stadler unveil first hydrogen-powered FLIRT H2 passenger train at APTA EXPO 2023

Oct. 10, 2023
The passenger train is a Zero-Emission Multiple Unit that will be launched into Arrow fleet as part of Metrolink service from Redlands to San Bernardino in late 2024.

Utah State University, ASPIRE Engineering Research Center and Stadler partner to advance battery-powered passenger train

Feb. 16, 2023
FLIRT will be the first zero-emission, single-decker, lightweight train in North America and can be tailored according to customers’ needs.
City of Rancho Cucamonga
A rendering of the transit plaza as part of a future Rancho Cucamonga station that incorporates high-speed rail trains as part of the Brightline West project.

Rancho Cucamonga, SBCTA move progress sale of Cucamonga Station to Brightline West

Oct. 6, 2022
The deal will allow Brightline West to develop jointly-owned property of Rancho Cucamonga and SBCTA into a high-speed rail station.
The Stadler FLIRT H2 will operate on the Arrow Line as part of the Redlands Passenger Rail System.

North America’s first hydrogen-powered train coming to SBCTA

Sept. 22, 2022
The Stadler-manufactured FLIRT H2 will serve the Arrow Line as part of the Redlands Passenger Rail System in 2024.
The Redlands Passenger Rail Project will provide the future Arrow passenger service.

SBCTA and Metrolink begin Arrow Line train testing

Feb. 22, 2022
For the next few weeks, Metrolink trains will be used between the San Bernardino Transit Center and the University of Redlands to test the tracks, signals at the crossings and...
The Boring Company/David Keith
SBCTA will enter negotiations with The Boring Company about constructing an underground loop to connect ONT to a nearby Metrolink station.

SBCTA Board to begin negotiating with The Boring Company on the Ontario Loop project

Feb. 4, 2021
Plans to connect Ontario International Airport to the Rancho Cucamonga Metrolink station has been discussed for years.

SBCTA Legislative Update Highlights State-of-the-Art Redlands Passenger Rail Project

June 4, 2018
Recently, SBCTA was awarded $218 million under Senate Bill 1 – 11 percent of the statewide total — and another $69 million under the 2018 Transit and Intercity Rail Program.
Rendering of the SBCTA Redland passenger rail maintenance facility.

SBCTA Selects LAN to Manage Construction of Redlands Passenger Rail Project’s Maintenance Facility

San Bernardino County Transportation Authority has selected civil engineering firm Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam Inc. to manage the construction of the new storage and maintenance...

Articles & News


Caltrans signs $80 million contract with Stadler to deliver first zero-emission, hydrogen intercity passenger trains in North America

Oct. 16, 2023
The vehicles will be based on Stadler’s successful Fast Light Intercity and Regional Train concept and will be funded through California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s $10 billion, multiyear...
City of Calgary
The government of Alberta and city of Calgary will study alignments to bring rail service to Calgary International Airport.

Rail plan updates: Calgary Transit, SBCTA and L.A. Metro

July 11, 2023
The Alberta government is investing in a study evaluating a rail connection to Calgary Airport while a cost sharing agreement between SBCTA and L.A. Metro supports the study expanding...
Left, Omnitrans Board Chair John Dutrey, SBCTA Board President Art Bishop and FTA Region 9 Administrator Ray Tellis ushered in a new era of sustainable transit in San Bernardino County on Monday with the presentation of an $86.75 million check for the West Valley Connector.

Omnitrans, SBCTA awarded $86.8 million grant from FTA for West Valley BRT

March 21, 2023
The zero-emission BRT project will move riders along San Bernardino County’s most heavily traveled bus corridor.
San Bernardino County Transportation Authority
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held to mark the opening of the Arrow Line on Oct. 21. The line began service on Oct. 24.

Metrolink’s new Arrow Line opens between San Bernardino and Redlands

Oct. 24, 2022
The rail line features new tracks, enhanced street crossings and five new stations.
A pre-COVID-19 pandemic image of the Seattle area's RapidRide bus service.

Four BRT projects allocated $187 million from FTA CIG Small Starts Program

April 6, 2021
The BRT projects in California, Utah and Washington state are nearing completion of the statutory and regulatory requirements prior to receipt of a grant agreement.

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