Constructed to welcome the world to the 1915 Panama-California Exposition, the Santa Fe Depot is a city landmark known for its soaring towers and tiled domes. The Santa Fe Depot is located at 1050 Kettner Blvd. in San Diego.
The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System is the public transit service provider for Central, South, Northeast and Southeast San Diego County. Getting around San Diego is easy on the City Bus.
The COASTER train (Direction: San Diego) has 8 stations departing from Oceanside Transit Center and ending in Santa Fe Depot. COASTER train time schedule overview for the upcoming week: Starts operating at 5:03 AM and ends at 5:41 PM. Operating days this week: weekdays.
San Diego public transportation options include the Trolley that connects San Diego's east and south county communities with the Downtown region. It’s easy to get to and from San Diego International Airport on Route 992. Airport transportation San Diego starts right outside of baggage claim at all terminals. It’s only 10 to 15 minutes to get to Santa Fe Depot in Downtown San Diego to connect with all major transit options, including 3 Trolley lines, 3 Rapid bus lines, the COASTER, and Amtrak.
$3 all day. The Port of San Diego’s Waterfront Shuttle connects visitors of San Diego Bay with the waterfront and its businesses. The Shuttle runs on a loop (approximately every 20 minutes) from Sheraton Marina to Harbor Dr. Bridge, with stops in between. Shuttle runs from Friday, May 24 to Monday, September 2 everyday 10 am - 10 pm. The July 4th Shuttle will operate from 10 a.m. through Midnight.
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