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Crossing the border between San Diego and Tijuana has become easier over the years. If you plan to use the Cross Border Xpress Shuttle, let us tell you how it works.
The CBX is a great alternative for people who need to cross from the US to Mexico (or vice versa) to catch a flight, among other things. It is a project that improves each year to provide the necessary solutions for users. Now, if you are in the US and want to use the CBX to get to Tijuana Airport, the shuttle is a convenient means of transportation.
If you’re flying, leaving your car at the airport may not be the best solution; rates from parking lots can be high and they increase each day. That’s why CBX shuttle is a good option. But how does it work?
Shuttle from LA
CBX address is the following: 2745 Otay Pacific Drive, San Diego, CA 92154. The shuttle leaves from Los Angeles at this pickup point: 2470 E Florence Ave. Huntington Park, CA. 90255. If you’re coming from Mexico and cross through the CBX, you can also use the shuttle to San Ysidro, San Diego and Los Angeles.
Rates from CBX to:
- San Ysidro
Cost: $6 USD
Stops: San Ysidro Bus Station and Las Americas Premium Outlets
- San Diego
Cost: $11 USD
Stops: Downtown San Diego Santa Fe Station and SD RCC
Upon request: San Diego Airport & rental car center
- Los Angeles
Santa Ana, Anaheim, Huntington Park, Downtown LA and East LA
You can check the route and ETA visiting CBX official website, but you should also schedule a trip and ask for more information by calling +1 (619) 952-9846.
Besides the CBX shuttle, there are other transportation options that you should keep in mind. Car rental, taxis and rideshare apps are some of the alternatives. But there is also another one that will meet any of your requirements.