Love sitting in Starbucks with my freshly brewed coffee watching trolleys pass right by the window. Doesn't get better than this. You cannot see it in this photo, was cropped out but there is on... (more)
A set of U2's departs the busy American Plaza with a blue line service for Old Town. Many changes will happen in the renewal project of the system including the retirement of these cars.
Parts of the San Diego Trolley get very Interurban-ish outside of downtown, running on shared railroad tracks with freight or as here, a single track into the "Trolley Square" development.
San Diego has a subway? Technically yes, a tunnel nearly one mile in length ducks under the campus of San Diego State University making a stop on campus.
A set of S70's make a stop on the elevated Mission San Diego stop on the Green Line, the newest route running through Mission Valley from Santee to Old Town. The green now rolls all the way to 12t... (more)
A set of brand new S70's bring a green line service towards Mission Valley. The Green Line is the newest route on the system built from the ground up, unlike other routes built on former or existi... (more)
A wrapped SD100 pulls into Gaslamp Quarter station. Extra MTS personnel are on the platform preparing for the extra crowds expected with an upcoming Padre's ball game in the coming hours.
The Vintage Trolley, a PCC car rolls through the Historic Gaslamp Quarter with a Silver Line Service. The "Silver Line" is a service operated for a few hours Sat, Sun, Tue & Thu, looping around do... (more)
A train of SD100's departs the Convention Center station with an Orange Line service. The green line now has taken over this particular line with the Orange ending at the Santa Fe Depot.
The newest trolleys to hit the rails is the S70. These low floor cars will eventually bring about the retirement of the 32 year old U2s after system modernization is completed by 2015.
Two sets of 32 year old U2 cars meet at American Plaza providing Blue Line services. As of September the Blue Line now ends at American Plaza, the U2's are due to be retired in 2015.
A U2 trolley sits at American Plaza Station in downtown. San Diego was where the light rail revolution started the first system in modern America built from scratch. The U2 cars were the first to ... (more)
A soon to be retired U2 leads a blue line service outbound through downtowntown San Diego. When the low floor project is completed these cars the first to roll on the system will be retired.
LORAX! Taken well before Lorax-branded everything was cool, MTS vehicle #2019 sports a Lorax-themed ad-wrap promoting green travel via Trolley. Check out a close-up on the impressive more)