La Jolla Farms

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Blackhorse is served regularly by Uber, Lyft, taxis, shuttles, limousines and buses. Also there is a commuter train station in Sorrento Valley and the San Diego Trolley system on UCSD campus in 2020. Finding your way around the La Jolla Farms area is very easy with the many interactive mapping services.
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General   ^top^
+Expand/-Collapse   Bus - UCSD SuperLoop   619-699-1900  UCSD, UTC, La Jolla Village Drive
The SuperLoop is a circular transit system that will serve the North University City area of San Diego. SuperLoop improvements will include priority traffic treatments such as signal prioritization, queue jumper lanes, and possibly special road markers that will allow SuperLoop vehicles to move through traffic more rapidly than traditional buses.
+Expand/-Collapse   Future Light Rail/Trolley   619-699-1971 (Project Manager)  SANDAG, 401 B Street
Current information on plans for a future trolley that would service this area. Describes a study for the Mid Coast Corridor: University City and UCSD.
+Expand/-Collapse   I5 / Genesee Ave Interchange Construction Project 2015-2017     I5 / Genesee Ave.
The Project will replace the existing six lane Genesee Avenue overpass with a ten lane bridge that will accommodate current and future traffic demands in the job intensive community. The project is an integral piece of the broader improvements planned along I-5 in the North Coast Corridor. Along with the replacement of the overcrossing, the project will also widen the freeway access ramps, add an auxiliary lane in the northbound direction on I-5 between Genesee Avenue and Roselle Street, and construct a new, separated bike path. By providing links to transportation, employment centers, hospitals, and UC San Diego, the project will greatly improve the movement of people and goods through the area.
+Expand/-Collapse   Metropolitan Transit System (MTS)     

MTS provides bus and rail services directly or by contract with private operators. MTS coordinates all its services and determines the routing, stops, frequencies and hours of operation.

Light Rail
Light rail service is operated by SDTI on four lines (the UC San Diego Blue, Orange, Green and Silver Lines) with a total of 53 stations and 54.3 miles of rail.

Almost 100 fixed bus routes and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) complementary paratransit service (MTS Access). Fixed route bus service include local, urban, express, premium express and rural routes.

MTS contracts with the San Diego & Imperial Valley (SD&IV) Railroad and the Pacific Imperial Railroad, Inc. (PIR) to provide freight service to San Diego shippers over SD&AE right-of-way. SD&IV shares certain tracks with SDTI, operating during non-service Trolley hours.

+Expand/-Collapse   Regional Transit Information Office   511 (Northern), 619-234-5005 (Southern)  
Buses, Trolleys, Coaster Train
+Expand/-Collapse   SANDAG Transportation     San Diego
511 is a free phone and Web service that consolidates the San Diego region's transportation information into a one-stop resource. 511 provides up-to-the minute information on traffic conditions, incidents and driving times, schedule, route and fare information for San Diego public transportation services, carpool and van pool referrals, bicycling information and more. 511 is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. However, some operators may have limited hours. The new Web site offers a number of features for commuters, transit riders, carpoolers, visitors, and more at 511 is managed by a partnership of public agencies led by SANDAG, the California Highway Patrol, the California Department of Transportation, Metropolitan Transit System (MTS), North County Transit District (NCTD), and San Diego SAFE.
Transporation Network Services   ^top^
+Expand/-Collapse   Shift Transportation Solutions   phone: 844-744-3873
Find the best way to get where you need to go by comparing multiple transportation choices in one place. Enter your starting point and destination and click "Let's Go!"
Limousines   ^top^
  Presidential Limousine Service   619-702-7737  2180 San Diego Avenue San Diego, CA 92100
Maps   ^top^
+Expand/-Collapse   California Coastal Records - Photographs     
Photo of La Jolla Farms and Blackhorse taken from aircraft off the coast.
  Google Maps     Google Maps
  Interactive Map     Mapquest
  Interactive Map     Yahoo Maps
+Expand/-Collapse   La Jolla and San Diego State Marine Conservation Areas     California DFG, Marine Region
The 1999 MLPA directed the state to design and manage a network of marine protected areas in order to, among other things, protect marine life and habitats, marine ecosystems, and marine natural heritage, as well as improve recreational, educational and study opportunities provided by marine ecosystems. Marine protected areas include state marine reserves, state marine parks and state marine conservation areas.
+Expand/-Collapse   La Jolla Half Marathon Course Map     Del Mar to La Jolla Cove with elevation.
Map shows race course from the Del Mar Race Track to the La Jolla Cove via Torrey Pines Road and with an elevation map.
  San Diego Neighborhood Maps     
+Expand/-Collapse   Torrey Pines Golf South Course - Best Interactive aerial map     Torrey Pines Golf Course
Best aerial view of entire course plus perimeter walks outside the course.
+Expand/-Collapse   Trail Map of     Torrey Pines State Reserve
San Diego Reader article on this State Park includes a simple chart of the trails.
+Expand/-Collapse   UCSD Sports Facilities   858-534-7884  9500 Gilman Drive
Sports Facilities is dedicated to the management of over 100 sports facilities on the UCSD campus. Working in close conjunction with Intercollegiate Atheletics, Recreation, student and staff organizations, and the community, Sports Facilities provides maintenance, scheduling and support services for special events that improve the quality of life on campus.
Shuttles   ^top^
+Expand/-Collapse   Airport Shuttles & Transportation   619.400.2404  San Diego Airport
Airport website lists their preferred shuttles.
Taxis   ^top^
  La Jolla Cab   858-453-4222  
  San Diego Cab   619-226-8294  
  Yellow Cab   619-234-6161  
Trains   ^top^
  North County Transit District - Coaster   800-262-7837(info) 76  11170 Sorrento Valley Rd.
WiFi Hotspots   ^top^
+Expand/-Collapse   Boingo et al     4240 La Jolla Village Drive
San Diego Marriott La Jolla
+Expand/-Collapse   T-Mobile WiFi Hot Spots     FedEx Kinko's, Hyatt Regency & Starbucks
FedEx Kinko's: 7948 Herschel Ave
FedEx Kinko's: 8849 Villa La Jolla Dr
Hyatt Regency: 3777 LaJolla Village Dr.
Starbucks: 8750 Genesee Avenue
Starbucks 4227 Genesee Avenue
Starbucks 1150 Prospect Street
Starbucks 5604 La Jolla Blvd #C
Starbucks 8657 Villa La Jolla Drive
Starbucks 905 Pearl Street
Starbucks 2206 Torrey Pines Road B