The trolley isn’t widely used citywide, which contributes to the perception that no one uses it at all. But certain neighborhoods and stations do see a lot of action.
Here’s a look at San Diego’s existing transit system fares in a national context.
Statement: “The existing blue line today is probably one of the best light rail lines in the entire country,” said Gary Gallegos, executive director of SANDAG, in a July 17 interview with Voice of San Diego. Determination: Mostly True
The beaches and mid-city neighborhoods, walkable areas that aren’t yet served by the trolley, must continue to make do with bus services.