MTS How It Works
It’s been 42 years since the San Diego Trolley rode the rails for the first time back in 1981. In celebration of the Trolley’s anniversary, we’re taking a peek back at the history of the Trolley and how it all began.
A set of rims, a fish tank, and a leaf blower. What do these things all have in common? They were items turned into MTS' Lost & Found. Learn more about how our Lost & Found works and if you've lost something on board, here's how to try and get your belongings back!
As we gear up for Earth Day activities, we want riders to know that our commitment to a cleaner San Diego extends beyond the transit services we offer. Our teams are doing their part year-round to help keep San Diego waters clean too. The MTS storm water quality program reduces pollution sources
In August, the MTS Marketing Department took a behind-the-scenes tour of construction progress for the Mid-Coast Trolley extension. The region’s largest-ever transit project is over 50% through the construction process, and is slated for a summer/fall 2021 launch. Each day, there are about 250 men
On April 17 we introduced the long-awaited 5001 Trolley cars to the world! If you missed the open house, that’s ok. You can check out the video embedded below to see it yourself! The 5000 vehicles are the third generation of the modern, low-floor Trolley cars used on MTS lines since their