Overall improvements to the Lemon Grove Depot Trolley station were completed in November, but the city is urging residents to be cautious of some minor construction currently taking place.
Ongoing work includes new shelters, pavers, and track, according to city officials. Electrical equipment installation also is underway.
Trolley users and pedestrians are encouraged to follow the direction of the on-site flagging staff when crossing the tracks.
Improvements at the Lemon Grove station are part of the Trolley Renewal Program, a joint effort between the San Diego Association of Governments and the San Diego Metroplitan Transit System.
The total cost of improvements to the entire trolley network is $720 million.
"Once complete, new low-floor Trolleys will operate throughout the system," city officials wrote on the Lemon Grove website. "All stations will be equipped with next-arrival signs, new shelters and seating. The end result will be easier access, quicker trips, a more comfortable ride, and an enhanced transit experience."