In July, the airport launched its latest Sustainability Report
on sustain.san.org, sharing financial, social, and environmental activities and accomplishments from 2016. Dedicated to being a good community partner, the airport shows its commitment through volunteer work, the creation of opportunities for small and local businesses, continuing to grow air service, and even finding sustainable ways for travelers to access the airport.
Did you know that:
- San Diego International Airport (SAN) contributes approximately $10 billion annually to the region in economic benefit
- The Airport Authority spends nearly $260 million annually to improve and maintain airport infrastructure through its Capital Improvement Program
- The Airport Authority procured approximately $100 million in services and supplies from local businesses
Here at the Airport Authority, we are committed to providing convenient options for travelers and the community to get to and from SAN
. One example is the airport's convenient Trolley to Terminal shuttle service - it's quick, easy and affordable!
Here's how it works:Getting to the airport with Trolley ‚Üí Terminal
Check out our video on getting to the airport Leaving the airport with Trolley ‚Üí Terminal
- Take the Green Line trolley and exit at Middletown Station
- Walk one block southwest on W. Palm Street (cross Pacific Highway and Admiral Boland Way)
- Wait at the blue shuttle stop on Admiral Boland Way (arriving every 15 minutes)
- Take the blue shuttle marked with the Trolley ‚Üí Terminal logo and exit at either Terminal 1 or 2
- Walk to the Terminal 1 or Terminal 2 transit island
- Hop on the blue parking shuttle marked with the Trolley ‚Üí Terminal logo
- Get off the shuttle at the W. Palm Street stop
- Walk one block to the Middletown Station by heading northeast on W. Palm Street (cross Admiral Boland Way and Pacific Highway)
- Hop onto the Green Line trolley
It's that easy!Get real-time shuttle bus location information at sdacepublic.etaspot.net or on the ETA Spot app and get going!