San Bernardino

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Overview - San Bernardino

Located on the Santa Ana River, San Bernardino is the seat of San Bernardino County. It has approximately n 217,000 inhabitants in the city proper as of 2017. The San Bernardino metropolitan area (Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario), also known as the Inland Empire, comprised 4,622,361 residents as of the 2018 US Census Bureau Estimate.

San Bernardino's rapid transit network consists of a single bus rapid transit service. It also has three commuter rail lines.


Opened 2014, the sbX consists of a bus rapid transit service that serves the city of San Bernardino, California and the surrounding suburbs.

sbX Green Line

The sbX Green Line is a bus rapid transit service on a north-south alignment. It runs from Palm in the north to the VA Hospital in the south via downtown San Bernardino, serving 16 stations. It runs in a dedicated busway along portions of E Street and Hospitality Lane.

The sbX Green Line was opened in April 2014. The sbX Green Line is operated by Omnitrans.

ServiceM-F MiddayM-F RushSat.Sun.Notes
sbX Green20'20'32'No Service

Schedules -- Last Updated: Oct 26, 2022


For information on the Inland Empire-Orange County Line and San Bernardino Line, refer to the Los Angeles Page.

Within San Bernardino's metropolitan area, the Arrow consists of a single commuter rail service that serves the cities of San Bernardino and Redlands.


The Arrow is a commuter rail service on an East-West alignment. It runs from San Bernardino - Downtown in the west to Redlands - University in the east, serving 5 stations.

The Arrow was opened in October 2022. The Arrow is operated by Metrolink.

References & Helpful Links

sbX at Wikipedia

Metrolink at Wikipedia

Official Website for sbX: Omnitrans

Official Website for Metrolink: Metrolink


Official Line Map - sbX [PDF] [Last Accessed Oct 26, 2022]

Official System Map - Metrolink [PDF] [Last Accessed Oct 09, 2022]

Other Sources

San Bernardino, USA at

Asset Notes

The sbX Green Line line color was taken from the Omnitrans icon on their website as of Jan 2020 since the timetable is in blue instead of green

The Arrow line color was taken from the Arrow Website on October 26, 2022.

Last Updated: Oct 26, 2022

Old Maps
Note: Not all maps reflect changes in service. Older maps may contain inaccuracies.
2020 01 v12022 10 v1

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