Bayfront-E Street is an infill station which opened in October 1986. The station is just south of E Street's grade crossing. The station is another stop with a completely unused eastern track whose former switch connections have been completely covered with concrete. This means that San Diego-bound trains stop in the middle of the station requiring passengers to cross this unused track to leave the station. The only sign of the stations slight newer-ness is the two red shelters and red fence along the San Ysidro-bound side platform. The middle San Diego-bound platform has the standard brown pavilion type canopy structure. This Chula Vista Visitor Information Center is a small building just beyond this. On each side of this area that protrudes from the middle of the trolley platform are parking lots with a total of 267 spaces and buses stop along the southern side of plaza.
All Photos taken on 22 March, 2011