Brownsville (Metrorail station)

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Metrorail metro station
Station statistics
Address 5200 NW 27th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33142
Coordinates 25°49′19″N 80°14′26″W / 25.82194°N 80.24056°W / 25.82194; -80.24056Coordinates: 25°49′19″N 80°14′26″W / 25.82194°N 80.24056°W / 25.82194; -80.24056
Connections Local Transit Metrobus: 27, 46, 54, 254
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Parking Park and ride (423 spaces)
Other information
Opened May 19, 1985
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Station code BVL
Owned by Miami-Dade County
Passengers (2011) 252,000[1] Decrease 7%
Preceding station   Metrorail   Following station
toward Palmetto
Green Line

Brownsville is a Metrorail station in the unincorporated Miami-Dade County community of Brownsville, Florida (with a Miami address).

This station is located at the intersection of Northwest 27th Avenue (SR 9) and 52nd Street, opening to service May 19, 1985.

Places of interest[edit]

  • Brownsville
  • Joseph Caleb Community Center
  • Family Health Center
  • Brownsville Renaissance (Retail shops, Movie theater)

Brownsville Transit Village[edit]

Adjacent to the Brownsville Metrorail station is the construction of a new housing project, "Brownsville Transit Village." The project is composed of 5 mid-rise residential towers (467 apartments) with ground floor retail. The buildings are considered transit-oriented development, and are being designed around the metro station. The project is slated to be completed in late 2011.[2][3]

Transit connections[edit]


Route # Route Name Route Map Note
27 Coconut Grove stationCalder Race Course or NW 211 Street and Douglas Road (27A) via Unity Boulevard (27 Ave) Map
46 Liberty City Connection (NW 22 Ave and 54 St ↔ NW 62 St and 6 Ave via 46 St) Map
54 Biscayne BoulevardHialeah Gardens at Galloway Road (87 Ave) via NW 54 St & W 8 St Map
254 Brownsville Circulator (Caleb Center ↔ Lorah Park) Map


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