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Located in the center of Mission Valley at the Hazard Center Trolley Station, the Sycuan Green Line trolley provides direct service to the shopping center. You can purchase your pass at any trolley station ticket machine or for added convenience, you can get Compass Cloud, the free mobile ticketing app to buy 1-day and 30-day passes from your smartphone for immediate use anytime, anywhere. For easy trip planning, call (619) 233-3004 or visit sdmts.com.
– Take the Sycuan Green Line to the Hazard Center Station.
Served seven days a week from morning to night, you can head to Hazard Center via Bus Route 928 to Frazee & Friars Road off Highway 163, bringing you within six minutes of Hazard Center. Please visit sdmts.com for maps and trip planning.
Whether you’re going North or South along the 163, or East or West on the 8, Hazard Center is one of the easiest places to get to in San Diego.
No. Hazard Center has free parking available on the Lower Level only after 5 p.m. for Padres games and Comic-Con during the week and all day Saturday/Sunday for anybody who wants to park and ride to the baseball stadium or the Convention Center. Parking is limited though, so don’t wait until the last minute to get here. It’s a great way to beat the rush – and you can grab food before or after the festivities. Hazard Center is not a Park & Ride location, so parking is strictly limited to tenants and customers except for these days.
Hazard Center is the family name of Roscoe “Pappy” Hazard and was so named by his son, Bruce Hazard, who developed Hazard Center. R.E. Hazard Contracting Company helped build a lot of San Diego’s highways and byways, and the Hazard brick making plant and construction yard stood for many years where Hazard Center now stands.
Parking is a cinch
There’s no question that parking at Hazard Center is incredibly easy – and, of course, always FREE.
Parking is available on the lower level only. After 5pm on weekdays and all day on weekends. Look for the underground parking signs next time you’re here.