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Shuttle from Amtrak station to SAN

Old Sep 7, 13, 6:20 pm
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Shuttle from Amtrak station to SAN

I am taking the Amtrak to the Santa Fe depot Amtrak station for a flight out of SAN at 7.30 PM on Tue. I believe there is a shuttle, but I can't find any info on it. Where do I ketch it and how often does it run? Any info will be helpfull, including alternative methods to get to the airport. Thanks
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Old Sep 7, 13, 8:13 pm
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Half a block from the Santa Fe depot, San Diego's MTS 992 runs frequently to San Diego airport for $2.25 or it is a $10 cab ride.
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Old Sep 8, 13, 12:52 pm
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Thanks, looks like I can catch it at Broadway and Kettner. There is a lot of construction going on by the waterfront, will that affect the bus route?
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Old Sep 11, 13, 3:36 pm
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Originally Posted by dlflyer2 View Post
Half a block from the Santa Fe depot, San Diego's MTS 992 runs frequently to San Diego airport for $2.25 or it is a $10 cab ride.
Perhaps by North American standards, but every 30 minutes or so isn't all that frequent

Originally Posted by kestasx View Post
Thanks, looks like I can catch it at Broadway and Kettner. There is a lot of construction going on by the waterfront, will that affect the bus route?
Not sure about now, but when I was there last the route was altered slightly, but endpoint was same.

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Old Sep 20, 13, 7:59 pm
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I took the 992 and it worked great. Trip is about 10 min to the far side of Terminal 2, last stop. Return was just as good. When I fly from SAN again this will be my preferred option. Just a not on SAN, first time there, I was very impressed with Terminal 2. Great looking buildin that looks very new, open, lots of glass, good food court and a non-existant TSA line. Compared to LAX, this was a pleasure.
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Old Sep 23, 13, 3:00 pm
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The 992 is a very reliable option. Many airport employees use it daily.
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