25th & Commercial station
|San Diego Trolley station|
A ticket machine (left) at 25th and Commercial Station
|Location||10 25th Street
San Diego, CA
|Owned by||San Diego Metropolitan Transit System|
25th & Commercial is a split station of the Orange Line on the San Diego Trolley. It is located in the Grant Hill section of the city, a working class, Hispanic neighborhood. The stop has been dedicated to Hispanic civil rights leader Cesar Chavez.
This station was closed from May 16 until August 2012 as part of the Trolley Renewal Project, during which a temporary stop was erected just to the west, between 22nd and 24th Streets, to serve the area.
Platforms and tracks
The westbound platform is on Commercial Street just west of 25th Street, and the eastbound platform is just east of 25th Street.
|Westbound||■ Orange Line||toward Santa Fe Depot (12th & Imperial Transit Center)|
|Eastbound||■ Orange Line||toward El Cajon Transit Center (32nd & Commercial)|
- "Construction Advisory: Trolley Station Closures and Detours" (PDF). San Diego Metropolitan Transit System. May 9, 2012. Retrieved 2014-12-29.
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