The minor schedule adjustments include weekend and weekday service and will be implemented throughout North County in the cities of Oceanside, Vista, San Marcos, Escondido, and along the North Coast Corridor. To view a complete list of adjusted routes and the updated Rider’s Guide, please visit GoNCTD.com/ScheduleChange.
The updated 2020 Rider’s Guide will show BREEZE “school tripper” service, but this service will only run while schools are in session for in-person learning and will be subject to change based on bell times. NCTD will update trip planning applications and the GoNCTD.com website when this service returns.
There will be no changes to the SPRINTER or current COASTER schedules for the October service change. COASTER is currently operating on a reduced schedule due to COVID-19, and service reductions for COASTER trains will remain in effect. Riders can find the most up-to-date COASTER schedule on NCTD’s Schedule webpage.
The new October 2020 Rider’s Guide will be available for pick-up at NCTD Customer Service offices and on vehicles by Thursday, October 1.
About NCTD: The North County Transit District is a public transportation agency providing over 10 million passenger trips in Fiscal Year 2019 throughout North San Diego County and into downtown San Diego. NCTD’s system includes BREEZE buses (with FLEX service), COASTER commuter trains, SPRINTER hybrid rail trains, and LIFT paratransit service. NCTD’s mission is to deliver safe, convenient, reliable, and user-friendly public transportation services. For more information visit: GoNCTD.com.