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3rd Street/Jefferson and 3rd Street/Washington stations

3rd Street/Washington & 3rd Street/Jefferson
Jefferson at 3rd Street, eastbound platform of Convention Center /Ballpark/Arena Station during the grand opening, December 27, 2008
LocationJefferson Street (eastbound) and Washington Street (westbound) at 3rd Street
Owned byValley Metro
Platformscenter platforms
Parkingno spaces
Disabled accessYes
OpenedDecember 27, 2008
Preceding station   VMR   Following station
3rd Street/Washington
Valley Metro Rail
One-way operation
3rd Street/Jefferson
One-way operation
Valley Metro Rail

3rd Street/Washington station and 3rd Street/Jefferson station (also known as Convention Center/Ballpark/Arena) are light rail stations on Valley Metro Rail in Phoenix, Arizona, United States. They are the fifteenth stop westbound and the fourteenth stop eastbound on the initial 20 mile starter line. This station is split between two platforms, the westbound platform which is located on 3rd Street and Washington Street and the eastbound platform on 3rd Street and Jefferson Street, approximately 500 feet apart.



Weekday Rail Passengers[1]
Year In Out Average Daily In Average Daily Out
2009 396,088 401,273 1,559 1,580
2010 360,670 364,081 1,426 1,439

Notable places nearby

Bus connections


  1. ^ "2010 Ridership by Station" (PDF). 2011-01-04. Retrieved 2011-09-28.
  2. ^ "Valley Metro Bus Book Online" . 2008-07-28. Archived from the original on 1 September 2008. Retrieved 2008-09-01.

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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