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19th Avenue/Camelback station

19th Avenue/Camelback
Metro light rail station
The station on December 29, 2008
Other names19th Avenue
Location1855 West Camelback Road, Phoenix, Arizona
Coordinates33°30′34.50″N 112°5′56″W / 33.5095833°N 112.09889°W
Owned byValley Metro
Operated byValley Metro Rail
Platforms1 island platform
Connections Valley Metro Bus: 19, 50[1]
Structure typeAt-grade
Parking411 spaces[citation needed]
Disabled accessYes[2]
Other information
Station code10002[3]
OpenedDecember 27, 2008
Passengers (2010)409,794 (weekday boardings)[4]
Preceding station   VMR   Following station
Valley Metro Rail

19th Avenue/Camelback is a station on the Metro light rail line in Uptown Phoenix, Arizona, United States. A park and ride lot is adjacent to the station on the south side of Camelback Road.


Station art

The 19th Avenue/Camelback station features art by Josh Garber:[citation needed]

"This landmark is approximately 30 feet tall, with an aluminum “skin” on the outside made from cut segments of aluminum bars. Fiber optic lights under the skin transform the sculpture into an inviting beacon at night.


Weekday Rail Passengers[4]
Year In Out Average Daily In Average Daily Out
2009 291,383 251,443 1,147 990
2010 409,794 395,727 1,620 1,564


  1. ^ "Transit Book" (PDF). Valley Metro. October 27, 2014. p. 32. Retrieved September 14, 2015.
  2. ^ "Accessibility" . Valley Metro. 2015. Retrieved September 14, 2015.
  3. ^ "Valley Metro Rail" . Valley Metro. Retrieved October 1, 2019.
  4. ^ a b "Weekday(s) Rail Passengers By Station 2010" (PDF). Valley Metro. January 4, 2011. Retrieved September 14, 2015.

External links

Categories: Valley Metro Rail stations in Phoenix, Arizona | Railway stations in the United States opened in 2008 | 2008 establishments in Arizona | Western United States railway station stubs | Arizona transportation stubs | Phoenix, Arizona building and structure stubs

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