San Diego is located along the Pacific Coast of southernmost California, 120 miles south of Los Angeles and just north of the U.S./Mexican border. The communities of the I-15 Diamond Gateway are clustered around I-15 in the northern section of the city (about 15 miles north of the Center City).
All Diamond Gateway communities are located within minutes of the interstate highway system, providing effortless access to the rest of the city and surrounding communities. Diamond Gateway neighborhoods are bisected by I-15 (which runs north and south) and by the east/west State Highway 56 (also known as the Ted Williams Parkway). State Highway 56 provides a direct route to I-5, which follows the coastline to Los Angeles — California’s largest city.
To make travel even more accessible and economical, San Diego’s Metropolitan Transit System offers numerous transportation options for commuters and visitors alike. MTS operates an extensive network of bus routes and the San Diego Trolley — a light-rail transit system. Limousine, taxi and car rental services are available throughout the city.
San Diego International Airport, which celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2003, is the busiest single-runway commercial airport in the nation. Its 19 airlines serve approximately15 million passengers annually. For business needs, seven companies also provide airfreight services. The airport is just west of the Center City, and is accessible via I-5 and various forms of public transit.
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