We have several properties available throughout our transit system available for joint development opportunities. Integrating your development with the San Diego transit system offers a unique opportunity for helping the region meet community plan goals and reduce the community impact on the environment. 


Timothy E. Allison, P.E.
Manager of Real Estate Assets
1255 Imperial Avenue, Ste. 1000
San Diego, CA 92101-7490
email: tim.allison@sdmts.com




Amaya Drive Trolley Station Development Opportunity

MTS has received an unsolicited development proposal for the Amaya Drive Trolley Station in the City of La Mesa.  The Palm Avenue Trolley Station is approximately 2.2 acres, with approximately 222 total parking spaces. The site is on a grade, sloping from Amaya Drive to the trolley tracks.  There is not a large demand for parking at this site and is mostly under parked.

This station is in the Amaya Station neighborhood in the northeastern part of the City of La Mesa.   The station is served by trolley service from the Orange Line and the Sycuan Green Line. The City of La Mesa is responsible for acceptable development according to the City’s land use designations.

 MTS adopted revisions to Policy 18, “Joint Development Program” calling for any unsolicited development proposals received by MTS to be publicly noticed to allow for other development interests to submit a competing proposal within 30 days for consideration by the MTS Board of Directors.  This notice as of January 29, 2020, is to alert interested parties that MTS will receive additional proposals for 30 days of this notice for consideration.

Proposals can be submitted to MTS, directed to Tim Allison, Manager of Real Estate Assets at tim.allison@sdmts.com.


Amaya Street Trolley Station from Above