Does metrolink stop at the san diego convention?

Im a bit confuse, on google map it doest say what their station stop is, onyl say amtrak station. and then it started to slpit into 2 tracks

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  • 1 decade ago
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    The metro-link is L.A. and Orange County, but it connects to the Coaster and then the Trolley. There is a Trolley stop at the Convention Center.

  • Joe C
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    1 decade ago

    Metrolink only goes as far as Oceanside, from there you would need to transfer to The Coaster. Amtrak is the direct link to from LA / Orange County to downtown San Diego (Sant Fe Station). From Santa Fe Station you can take a trolley to the Convention Center. If you are going to Comic Con or a Padres game, they run special event trains (Red Line) that run direct from Santa Fe Station to the Convention Center and Petco Park. If not, you need to take a very short walk across the street to American Plaza and catch the Orange Line, which is the normal service to the Convention Center.

    http://www.sdmts.com/Trolley/Trolley.asp

    FYI The tracks you see on google maps are a combination of railroad and trolley tracks. Both go right in front of the Convention Center. Only freight trains head south of Santa Fe Station, passengers take the trolley.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The Metrolink does not travel to San Diego. The last stop from LA/OC is Oceanside. From Oceanside, you transfer to the Coaster train and that will take you to downtown San Diego.

    http://www.socalthemeparks.com/san-diego-area-tran...

    Or just take Amtrak Surfliner from Union Station to Santa Fe Depot downtown

  • I believe the only train station in San Diego is the Amtrak Station which is downtown, a few blocks away from the convention center. I think I have seen MetroLink trains there. Sorry, good luck! Call them?

    Source(s): 1050 Kettner Blvd # 1 San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 239-9021
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