Transportation to Third Avenue

T R A N S P O R T A T I O N

Walkability is a key design of the Third Avenue Village. Access to the Village can be through multiple
modes of transportation including MTS bus & trolley system, cycling, rideshare, automobile, walking and soon scooter rental.

transportation

Visit MTS website for bus and trolley routes to Third Avenue, Chula Vista

D I R E C T I O N S

FROM SAN DIEGO CITY 805 FREEWAY HEADING SOUTH

Take H Street exit and make a right turn. Continue on H Street heading West and turn right on Third Avenue.

FROM LOS ANGELES ON INTERSTATE-5, HEADING SOUTH

Take 54 East exit and turn left. Stay in your right hand lane and exit Highland Street, turn right onto 4th Street, make a left on E Street, then turn a right on Third Avenue.

FROM SAN YSIDRO 805 FREEWAY HEADING NORTH

Take H Street exit and make a left turn. Continue on H Street heading West and turn right on Third Avenue.

FROM MEXICO ON INTERSTATE-5, HEADING NORTH

Take 54 East exit and turn right. Stay in your right hand lane and exit Highland Street, turn right onto 4th Street, make a left on E Street, then turn a right on Third Avenue.

S E L F  P A R K I N G

PARKING STRUCTURE ON THE CORNER OF H & 3RD
NO CHARGE | SUBJECT TO TIME LIMITS
LOCATION: 303 H ST, CHULA VISTA, CA 91910

PARKING STRUCTURE BEHIND FUDDRUCKERS
NO CHARGE
LOCATION: 340 3RD AVE, CHULA VISTA, CA 91910

METER OPERATED PARKING THROUGHOUT THE AVENUE (MANAGED BY ACE PARKING)
$1 FOR 2 HOURS – MAKE SURE TO BRING QUARTERS!!
FROM G ST TO E ST
THE ACE PARKING OFFICE IS LOCATED AT:
231 THIRD AVENUE, SUITE F, CHULA VISTA, CA 91910

I M P R O V I N G  P A R K I N G  I N  T H E  V I L L A G E

Third Avenue Village Association is working closely with the City of Chula Vista to ensure the implementation of effective parking management strategies and improve current parking conditions.

The City of Chula Vista is finalizing the data from their recent parking study which included input from businesses, community groups, nearby residents, and visitors. The study is intended to predict future demand, and propose improvements to current parking practices and programs.

Final recommendations will be presented later this year.

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