70th Street station
|San Diego Trolley station|
70th Street Station, 2010
|Location||7255 Alvarado Road
La Mesa, CA
|Connections||Bus Routes 1A, 14|
|Opened||July 10, 2005|
70th Street is a San Diego Trolley station served by the Green Line in La Mesa, California, in the United States. The next station west is Alvarado Medical Center and the next station east is Grossmont Transit Center.
One of the newer stations in the San Diego Trolley network having opened in 2005, the facility is locally noted for its artwork using California native plants and recycled materials. Parts of the platform are paved with chips of colored used glass, the benches are made of cobblestones excavated from the site during the station's construction, and bench seats are made of recycled plastics. Landscaping includes edible wild strawberries, lemonade berry bushes, and native California wild roses.
Platforms and tracks
|Westbound||■ Green Line||toward 12th & Imperial Transit Center (Alvarado Medical Center)|
|Eastbound||■ Green Line||toward Santee Town Center (Grossmont Transit Center)|
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