Historic Overtown/Lyric Theatre (Metrorail station)

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Historic Overtown/Lyric Theatre
Metrorail metro station
Miami-Dade Transit headquarters at Metrorail station.jpg
The headquarters of Miami-Dade Transit adjacent to the station
Station statistics
Address 100 NW Sixth Street,
Miami, Florida 33136
Coordinates 25°46′51″N 80°11′46″W / 25.78083°N 80.19611°W / 25.78083; -80.19611Coordinates: 25°46′51″N 80°11′46″W / 25.78083°N 80.19611°W / 25.78083; -80.19611
Line(s)
Connections Local Transit Metrobus: 2, 7, 95, 243
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2
Other information
Opened May 20, 1984
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Station code OVT
Owned by Miami-Dade County
Formerly Overtown (1984–1988)
Overtown/Arena (1988–2007)
Traffic
Passengers (2011) 417,000[1] Increase 12%
Services
Preceding station   Metrorail   Following station
toward Palmetto
Green Line
toward Airport
Orange Line

Historic Overtown/Lyric Theatre is a Metrorail station in northwest Downtown, Miami, Florida.

The station is located at the intersection of Northwest Sixth Street and First Avenue, just south of the neighborhood of Overtown and east of the historic Lyric Theatre. It opened on May 20, 1984. Originally called Overtown, the Arena was added to the name in 1988 when the Miami Arena opened. It took on its current name in 2007, one year before the Miami Arena was demolished.

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Transit connections[edit]

Metrobus[edit]

Route # Route Name Route Map Note
2 Downtown MiamiThe Mall at 163rd Street via NW 2 Ave, NW 79 St, and North Miami Avenue Map Weekend service terminates at NE 84 St and 2 Ave
7/7A Downtown Miami ↔ Dolphin Mall via NW 7 St or Airport Metrorail Station Map Buses Alternate Trips Between Destinations
95 95 Express (Golden Glades Park and Ride) via I-95 Select Trips goes to Carol City Map Afternoon rush hours only
243 Seaport Connection (Downtown Miami ↔ Port of Miami) Map

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