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Public Transit Passes, Trolley Information and Bus Routes



Discount Transit Passes

Viejas Arena Ticket Office sells discounted transit passes for unlimited rides on San Diego Transit buses and the Trolley. SDSU and San Diego Transit work together to provide you with extensive bus and trolley services.


Trolley Information

A trolley extension project now connects east and west routes at SDSU. Trolley schedule and information may be found at the Metropolitan Transit System Web site. See also, public transportation safety tips.


Bus Routes

From the six routes that currently service the campus, you can transfer to anywhere in the San Diego area. All six SDSU routes are “bike buses” and provide wheelchair lift service.

  • Bus Route 11: runs from Spring Valley at Brucker Avenue, through downtown and Hillcrest, to campus.

  • Bus Route 13: runs from Southeast San Diego at the Euclid Avenue Trolley Station to campus. It continues, serving Del Cerro and Grantville neighborhoods, to the Mission Valley Trolley Station and Fashion Valley Transit Center.

  • Bus Route 55: runs from the 8th Street Trolley Station in National City, continuing through the Euclid Avenue Trolley Station to campus.

  • Bus Route 81:  runs from the Grossmont Trolley Station to campus, continuing through Fashion Valley to Old Town Transit Center.

  • Bus Route 115: runs from the El Cajon Transit Center, through the neighborhoods of San Carlos and Del Cerro, to campus. It continues along El Cajon Blvd. in North Park through Hillcrest, to downtown San Diego.

  • Bus Route 936: runs from Gillespie Drive and Jamacha Blvd. in El Cajon through Lemon Grove Marketplace at the Grove, to campus, and on to Alvarado Hospital Medical Center.

See, Metropolitan Transit System for route schedules.


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