Van Buren/1st Avenue and Van Buren/Central Avenue stations(Redirected from Van_Buren/Central_Avenue_and_Van_Buren/1st_Avenue_stations)
|Other names||Central Station|
ASU Phoenix Campus
|Location||Central Avenue or 1st Avenue and Van Buren Street|
|Owned by||Valley Metro|
|Platforms||2 Island platforms|
|Opened||December 27, 2008|
Van Buren/Central Ave & Van Buren/1st Ave, also known as Central Station, is a Valley Metro Rail station which exists in Downtown Phoenix. Despite having at least four different names, it is all actually one facility, which serves as a stop for various city buses as well as the DASH circulator.
- 1 Valley Metro Rail
- 2 Ridership
- 3 Bus connections
- 4 Notable nearby places
- 5 References
- 6 External links
Valley Metro Rail
The rail station is the 17th stop westbound and the 12th stop eastbound on the initial line. The station is configured in an island platform design, with the southbound platform which is located on 1st Avenue at Van Buren Street and the northbound platform located on Central Avenue at Van Buren Street, approximately 400 feet apart from one another.
|Year||In||Out||Average Daily In||Average Daily Out|
Passenger counts shown here are the combined ridership from both the 1st Avenue and Central Avenue platforms.
- 0 (Northbound buses board inside the station, southbound at 1st Avenue & Van Buren)
- 1 (Both directions board on Van Buren & Central)
- 3 (Both directions board on Van Buren & Central)
- 7 (Both directions board on Van Buren & Central)
- 8 (Both directions board inside Central Station)
- 10 (Eastbound boards inside the station, westbound at 1st Avenue & Van Buren)
- Grand Avenue Limited (Boards inside Central Station)
- I-10 East
- I-10 West
Local area shuttle
Other transit agencies
- Maricopa Xpress (MAX)
Notable nearby places
- Hotel San Carlos
- Valley Youth Theatre
- Herberger Theater Center
- ASU Downtown Complex
- Chase Tower
- Freeport-McMoRan Center
- Civic Space Park
Source: Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Van Buren/1st Avenue and Van Buren/Central Avenue stations (Authors [History]) License : CC-by-sa-3.0
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