Slated to begin service in 2021, the $2.1 billion Mid-Coast Trolley extension will include nine new stations, including this terminus adjacent to the Westfield UTC mall. Rendering courtesy of San Diego Association of Governments

Slated to begin service in 2021, the $2.1 billion Mid-Coast Trolley extension will include nine new stations, including this terminus adjacent to the Westfield UTC mall. Rendering courtesy of San Diego Association of Governments

— When it begins service in about five years, San Diego’s extended Mid-Coast Trolley will significantly ramp up mass-transit access to coast-adjacent neighborhoods including University Towne Center...

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