Special Coaster heads for Chargers opener

COAST CITIES — Fans will be able to take the Coaster to and from theChargers Monday night game, Sept. 9. In an effort to help fans

thoroughly enjoy the game experience by avoiding traffic and parking fees,

North County Transit District will run a late Coaster train which will depart

Old Town Transit Station approximately 75 minutes after the end of the

football game.

Passengers can travel south on the Coaster to Old Town and transfer to

the MTS Trolley Green Line to Qualcomm Stadium. Fans are encouraged to

purchase a RegionPlus Day Pass for $12. The RegionPlus Day Pass

includes roundtrip fares for both the Coaster and the Trolley. There are

several ways to purchase RegionPlus Day Passes; on game day from ticket

vending machines (TVMs) on Coaster or SPRINTER platforms by

selecting “Current Promotions,” in advance from customer service at

Oceanside Transit Center, Escondido Transit Center or Vista Transit Center

and after September 5 online at GoNCTD.com/eticket or with the NCTD

mobile app available on iTunes and Google Play. Riders should note that

Coaster one-way or round trip tickets do not include trolley fares and they

will be required to purchase a separate Trolley ticket.

There are several southbound Coaster trains which will get fans to the

stadium in time for the 7:20 p.m. kickoff including; Coaster 656 which

arrives in Old Town at 4:31 p.m., and Coaster 660 which arrives in Old

Town at 6 p.m. Due to the expected crowds, passengers are encouraged to

allow ample time to reach the stadium. A complete schedule is available at











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