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Old August 6th, 2017, 08:15 AM   #241
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Originally Posted by Sunfuns View Post
Will it go past SeaWorld and via La Jolla? Would be a lot of potential passengers in those places.
It goes "past" Seaworld but the nearest station will be Tecolote, about 2.5 miles away and across I-5. I imagine they'll reroute buses since the 9 is the only bus that currently stops at Seaworld. Also, it does run through La Jolla but along the northeast border, mainly serving UCSD, before turning east towards UTC. Downtown La Jolla and the beaches in La Jolla will be far from any stations.

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