Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner is one of three intercity Amtrak California train services in California. The Pacific Surfliner operates along a 350 mile route between San Luis Obispo and San Diego, California via Los Angeles. The 128-mile section of the Pacific Surfliner route between San Diego and Los Angeles is the busiest portion of the route, however several services extend north of L.A. up to Goleta and/or San Luis Obispo. A photograph of the rear of a northbound Pacific Surfliner train at the Santa Barbara train station, credit goes to Oliver Wihrauch. (Flickr username Zugrocker). The 222 miles of track between Los Angeles and San Luis Obispo, though not as busy as the LA-San Diego section, still sees a consistent amount of traffic daily. For most of the journey towards San Luis Obispo, Pacific Surfliner trains travel on the Union Pacific's Coast Line. The Coast Line is a rail route from Moorpark to Oakland, California and follows the Pacific Ocean for quite a bit of the line. South of Moorpark, the tracks are owned by Metrolink and host the Ventura County and Antelope Valley Lines. In addition to Metrolink commuter and Union Pacific freight trains, the Pacific Surfliner shares the route with Amtrak's Coast Starlight which is a long-distance train that travels between Los Angeles and Seattle, Washington. The Pacific Surfliner serves 16 stations between Los Angeles and San Luis Obispo. These stations include Glendale, Hollywood-Burbank Airport, Van Nuys, Chatsworth, Simi Valley, Moorpark, Camarillo, Oxnard, Ventura, Carpinteria, Santa Barbra, Goleta, Lompoc-Surf, Guadalupe-Santa Maria, Grover Beach, and San Luis Obispo. Metrolink have two additional stations along the route which are Downtown Burbank and East Ventura.