SAN DIEGO — Mission Valley looks vastly different than it did just 24 hours ago as many intersections reopened after heavy flooding closed several on Monday.
However, public transport is still affected by the winter storms that brought heavy rains to the region.
Fashion Valley Transit Center had to close due to flooding.
Bus services were suspended as the transit center and surrounding streets were flooded.
The waters have since receded, but there was still chaos as MTS workers cleaned and inspected the facility early Tuesday morning, hoping to bring the service back online.
Meanwhile, some streets around the transit center were still flooded as of Tuesday morning.
One of the parking lots near the transit center at the Fashion Valley mall also flooded on Tuesday.
Lifeguards from the San Diego Fire and Rescue Department patrol these areas in case anyone gets caught in the flood waters.
The San Diego River, which flows south of the mall, still overflowed Fashion Valley Road on Tuesday.
The good news for MTS passengers is that trolleys are still available at Fashion Valley.
“It’s crazy because I live there and I know it was crazy.
Passengers can check the website for schedule changes and diversions for buses and trolleys, MTS said.
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