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San Luis Rey Transit Center

San Luis Rey Transit Center opens Feb 2, 2014!

Join us Saturday, February 1 for a Grand Opening Celebration.

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See route listing below for those routes serving this new facility.  All routes serving the facility will have schedule adjustments.

303 Route will deviate to serve new San Luis Rey Transit Center, and will continue to serve Town Center North.

Eastbound routing on Seagaze Dr. to Mission Ave. in downtown Oceanside.

309 Mission Avenue trips will be extended to San Luis Rey Transit Center.  Buses will stop on-street (College/Silver Bluff) near Town Center North, but not enter shopping center.

Douglas trips will terminate at San Luis Rey Transit Center.

Saturday service added to improve daytime frequency to every 30 minutes.

311 Route shortened to terminate at San Luis Rey Transit Center.

No longer serving Town Center North.

313 Route extended to San Luis Rey Transit Center using SR-76, Old Grove, Frazee, College, and Vandegrift.

Buses will stop on-street (College/Silver Bluff) near Town Center North, but not enter shopping center.

Weekday service will operate every 60 minutes all day.

315 Route will deviate to serve to San Luis Rey Transit Center in both directions and will continue to serve Town Center North.

With new routing change to BREEZE 313, Old Grove trips will be routed via Old Grove, Mission, Frazee, and College.

On Saturday and Sunday, headway adjusted from every 60 minutes to approximately 75 minutes to improve schedule reliability.

Rider’s Guides now available at any NCTD Customer service center.