A mobility hub is more than just a transit station – it’s a cohesive center for your commute experience, where different modes of transportation and amenities converge to give commuters a more seamless travel experience.
Trolley, bus, Rapid, rideshare services, taxis, bikes, scooters, carsharing, electric vehicle charging stations, telework centers, services and retail, and more can all be a part of these core hubs.
Additionally, mobility hubs are not cookie-cutter solutions, but reflect a community’s character and unique travel needs.
MTS would work together with cities and communities to identify locations where mobility hubs may work and tailor features to local needs.
Possible Elevate SD Mobility Hub Projects Include:
- Stadium Site (future SDSU West location)
- Kearny Mesa
- Otay Mesa
- Balboa Avenue at I-5
- Mira Mesa Blvd. at I-15
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