Old Town Transportation Center is located on Taylor Street in the heart of San Diego’s historic district, adjacent to the city’s most visited park and is served by the San Diego Trolley, Coaster Commuter Rail and MTS Bus Lines. This stop is also within walking distance of the Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, a National Historic Landmark District that explores the Mexican and American periods of California’s history and contains many original and restored buildings including museums, unique retail shops, and restaurants.
The station features two tracks and a Quik Trak machine, as well as two bus plazas: one on each side of the train tracks. A pedestrian underpass crosses the tracks to access the station. The station was built in the 1990s and is a traditionally-styled structure that references the designs of past century station structures. It is a great place to see some of the best that San Diego has to offer!
There are 16 trains a day between Old Town Transportation Center and Oceanside Transportation Center, but the trip can take up to 2h 25m depending on the date and time of travel. Make sure to check the train schedule before you book your ticket as prices can be more expensive on weekends and holidays.
The best way to get to Old Town Transportation Center is by train. The average train ticket price is €28 and the journey takes 2h 25m. You can buy a train ticket online or from the station.