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MALLS TRANSFER STATION

 
 Mall Transfer Station

Project News and Updates
You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to read this press release. April 23, 2009
San Joaquin RTD Mall Transfer Station Grand Opening
You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to read this press release. October 13, 2008
UPDATED - San Joaquin RTD Begins Mall Transfer Station Construction

On Thursday, April 23, 2009, San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) opened its Mall Transfer Station on Yokuts Avenue between Pacific Avenue and Claremont Avenue.  This transfer station, conveniently located between the Weberstown and Sherwood Malls, will improve safety and comfort for RTD customers going to the Malls, San Joaquin Delta College, or transferring between routes, including Metro Express (Route 40).

RTD has long used the Malls location as the major north Stockton transfer point for many of its routes, including Metro Express (Route 40), RTD’s Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service.  Metro Express offers frequent, limited-stop service between the Downtown Transit Center (DTC) and Hammer Lane every 15 minutes during weekdays and every 30 minutes during evenings and weekends.  It is RTD’s highest ridership route.  With the completion of the Mall Transfer Station project, RTD has created a safe, convenient, and attractive transfer station with infrastructure improvements and passenger amenities that benefit RTD customers and mall customers. 

These improvements include:

  • Two lighted crosswalks (similar to those in downtown Stockton and along the Miracle Mile) on the east and west ends of the Mall Transfer Station
  • Dedicated bus lanes for buses to pull out of the flow of traffic
  • Median and perimeter fencing and lighting for improved safety and aesthetics
  • Shelters, benches, street clock, landscaping, and signage.
For route and schedule information: RTD Customer Information Line - (209) 943-1111 or 1-800-HOW-TO-RIDE (1-800-469-8674). 
Mall Transfer Station Map

 

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