Del Mar Racetrack Shuttle available to downtown

After a day at the races take advantage of the Del Mar Racetrack Shuttle. Operating from 5 p.m. – 10 p.m., the shuttle makes its way from the track to downtown Del Mar — leaving plenty of time for cocktails, dining and shopping at the Plaza.

Shuttle stops include:

•15th Street and Camino Del Mar

•Coast Blvd. near the old Train Station

•In front of the Del Mar Brigantine

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