Seaport Village station
|San Diego Trolley station|
Seaport Village Station platforms
|Location||530 West Market Street
San Diego, CA
|Owned by||San Diego Metropolitan Transit System|
Seaport Village is a station of the Green and Silver Lines on the San Diego Trolley, United States. It is located in the Marina District section of the city, which features waterfront apartments, just west of Downtown. Seaport Village, a shopping and entertainment complex, is located adjacent to the station. This station opened in late June 1990 as part of the Orange Line's (then called the East Line) Bayside Extension.
Seaport Village is where the Green and the Silver lines split. The Silver Line turns east towards America Plaza as part of its clockwise circular route around Downtown San Diego, while the Green Line moves north towards Santa Fe Depot on its route through Old Town Transit Center to east county and Santee.
On September 2, 2012, service to this station by the Orange Line was replaced by the Green Line as part of a system redesign.
Platforms and tracks
|Northbound||■ Green Line||toward Santee Town Center (Santa Fe Depot)|
|■ Silver Line||Downtown loop toward 12th & Imperial Transit Center (America Plaza)|
|Southbound||■ Green Line||toward 12th & Imperial Transit Center (Convention Center)|
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