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Urban bus routes link the densely populated neighborhoods and adjacent cities together with direct and frequent bus service.
These services constitute the bulk of fixed-route bus services operated in terms of vehicle requirements and patronage.
Five of the eight express lines (Routes 60, 110, 170, 870, and 950) only operate during the morning and evening weekday commute periods.
Vehicles used for service are typically standard 40-foot buses or 60-foot articulated buses.
Generally, approximately 120,000 people have ridden the Trolley each weekday over the past two years.
The Green Line now operates between Santee & El Cajon, and Mission Valley, Old Town, and the 12th & Imperial Transit Center in Downtown San Diego.
Unlike the other Rapid Express lines, small, local-transit style vehicles are used for this commuter express service.
Eight express fixed-route bus lines (Routes 20, 50, 60, 110, 150, 170, 870, and 950) are operated along major roadways and highways and link intermediate distant suburban areas to the San Diego urban area.
Over-the-road 45 foot coaches are used for this service. An additional line, Route 270, operates Rapid Express-type service Monday through Friday, linking suburban areas Sorrento Valley and Rancho Bernardo.
MTDB changed its logo to Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) in 1986.
Light rail service is operated by the San Diego Trolley, Incorporated (SDTI). Three daily lines are operated, and are designated by their colors: the Blue Line, the Green Line, and the Orange Line; a fourth line operates on select days during mid-day: the heritage streetcar Silver Line.
Elected officials from each jurisdiction, including San Diego County, serve as the Board of Directors.
A system of horse- or mule-drawn street cars was established in Downtown San Diego in 1886.Route 235 is a transit service between Escondido and Santa Fe Depot operating along SR-94 and the Interstate 15 corridor. Route 237 operates on a route from UCSD to Rancho Bernardo via Mira Mesa.