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Downtown San Diego Transportation
San Diego Trolley
The Trolley stops at Fifth Avenue, America Plaza, City College, Civic Center, Convention Center, Gaslamp Quarter, Little Italy, Santa Fe Depot and Seaport Village. An average trolley trip from most suburbs is approximately twenty to thirty minutes, with average ticket prices ranging from a couple of dollars to five dollars depending on the distance traveled. There is free parking at most of the suburban trolley stations, as well as discounts provided for seniors and those with disabilities.
San Diego Bus System
There are approximately 30 bus routes located in San Diego, that service the Downtown area. There are also Express bus lines that also link points north, east and south to downtown.
San Diego Coaster
Also serving the Downtown San Diego area is The Coaster. It links North County with the city center and includes regular stops at the Santa Fe Depot.
For schedules, fare prices and other information about San Diego transportation, visit SDcommute.com