30 Jan '15, 6pm

San @sdmts adds low-floor trolleys to Blue Line

San @sdmts adds low-floor trolleys to Blue Line

San Diego MTS low-floor Blue Line Trolley The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) introduced its new low-floor Trolley cars on the Blue Line providing more than 50,000 weekday passengers with faster trips, easier boarding and more comfortable rides. RELATED: (Video) Riders with disabilities get around town with San Diego MTS Running from the U.S.-Mexico border through Downtown San Diego, the Blue Line is the busiest transit line in the San Diego region, providing more than 15 million passenger trips in FY 2014. To mark the start of low-floor service on the Blue Line, the Metropolitan Transit System (MTS), the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) along with local dignitaries, community members and contractors held a celebration at the 8th Street Station in National City on Tuesday, Jan. 27. “This is a significant milestone for our region’s Trolley network,”...

Full article: http://www.metro-magazine.com/rail/news/293317/san-diego-...

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