Puritas – West 150th (RTA Rapid Transit station)
|Puritas – West 150th
RTA rapid transit station
|Address||4200 West 150th Street
Cleveland, Ohio 44135
|Connections||78 (West 117th–Puritas)|
|Platforms||1 island platform|
|Opened||November 15, 1968|
|Owned by||Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority|
Puritas – West 150th (formerly just Puritas) is a station on the RTA Red Line in Cleveland, Ohio, USA. It is located at off West 150th Street just north of Interstate 71. The entrance to the station parking lot is off exit/entrance ramp to Interstate 71. There is also an entrance from West 154th Street, connecting the station directly to Puritas Avenue.
The station headhouse is on the northwest side of the parking lot, and bridge over CSX Transportation (formerly New York Central Railroad) tracks and the eastbound Red Line tracks connects the station building to the platform. The bridge also extends over the westbound Red Line tracks, and there is another station entrance on a cul-de-sac at the eastern end of Valleyview Avenue.
The station opened with the extension of the CTS Rapid Transit to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport on November 15, 1968, yet it became very dirty in the next few decades. In 2009, groundbreaking was held for a renovation. The renovation was completed in May of 2011. The new station featured a bridge over the CSX Transportation tracks (unlike the tunnel from the older station), two restrooms, three elevators, public art in parts of the station, and designated overnight parking. 
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