To celebrate the new bus-only lanes from Fairmont to Park Blvd. along Rapid 215, we're giving out a free week of rides!


Rapid service is a high-frequency, limited-stop bus service that gets you where you need to go quickly and easily. Routes include service to major attractions and destinations all over San Diego. Multiple routes end in Downtown for trips to Petco Park or Seaport Village. Rapid connects SDSU and City College, with stops outside of Balboa Park. Routes also go to UCSD and the I-15 routes offer easy access to popular biking and shopping.

Plan Your Trip



SuperLoop Rapid 201/202

Connecting the UTC Transit Center with UCSD, UCSD Medical Center (La Jolla), La Jolla Village Square, Scripps Memorial Hospital, and more. Route 201 runs counterclockwise, and Route 202 runs clockwise.

SuperLoop Rapid 204

Connecting the UTC Transit Center with the Nobel Athletic Area and employers east of Genesee Ave. in the UTC region.

Rapid 215

A one-seat ride between SDSU and Downtown San Diego via El Cajon Blvd. and Park Blvd. through City Heights, North Park, and Balboa Park.

Rapid 225

Limited-stop, high-frequency service from the Otay Mesa Transit Center to Downtown San Diego, serving east Chula Vista via the SR-125 and East Palomar street.

Rapid 235

High-frequency service down the I-15 from the Escondido Transit Center to Downtown San Diego.

Rapid 237

A one-seat ride between the Miramar College Transit Station and UCSD with stops at other transit centers and along Mira Mesa Blvd. 

Rapid Express 280

A weekday, peak-hour service that goes south in the morning and north in the evening between the Escondido Transit Center and Downtown San Diego with one stop at the Del Lago Transit Station.

Rapid Express 290

A weekday, peak-hour service that goes south in the morning and north in the evening between Rancho Bernardo and Downtown San Diego with one stop at the Sabre Springs Transit Station.