On July 30, 2021, a portion of the Metrolink railroad track near the North Beach San Clemente Metrolink station (1850 Avenida Estacion, San Clemente, California) suffered severe damage due to continued erosion from ocean waves; the recession then continued to accelerate, resulting in a safety hazard. Therefore, emergency repairs and restoration of the damaged sections of the sand berm and rock rip-rap were conducted in October 2021. Project construction began on October 1, 2021 and was completed on October 17, 2021; environmental monitoring continued through October 2022 and identified additional erosion occurred at the sand berm resulting the placement of additional riprap. The purpose of the Project was to stabilize the eroded sand berm and rock rip-rap revetment supporting the existing railroad tracks. Erosion from ocean waves had severely eroded the revetment along the mainline, which serves as the main rail corridor for Amtrak, Metrolink, and the Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway. The emergency response was necessary to stabilize the track embankment and allow for continued safe railroad operations for both passenger and freight traffic. Without the emergency repairs and restoration, rail operations through the corridor would have ceased and safety would have been jeopardized. The final goal of the entire activity was to immediately eliminate the emergency situation and rebuild the railroad revetment and sand berm to reduce further erosion, increase stabilization, and prevent failure of the railroad tracks. The emergency repair work area was approximately 0.13 acre and consisted of 0.03 acre of sand berm replacement and 0.10 acre of rock rip-rap revetment protection. Approximately 300 linear feet of the berm and revetment was rebuilt by filling eroded areas of the earthen berm with native soil and rock rip-rap for the revetment.