|LYNX light rail station|
|Location||6230 South Boulevard
Charlotte, NC 28217
|Owned by||Charlotte Area Transit System|
|Platforms||1 island platform|
|Connections||CATS: 57, 591 |
|Bicycle facilities||Racks and Lockers available|
|Opened||November 24, 2007|
Archdale is a light rail station for the LYNX Blue Line in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States. The station, which features an elevated island platform that sit between the two tracks, is located along Old Pinville Road at Archdale Drive. The station serves the Montclaire neighborhood and connects to nearby Archdale Park.
The Archdale viaduct was installed in the period between April 5 through May 5, 2006. The station officially opened for service on Saturday, November 24, 2007, and as part of its opening celebration fares were not collected. Regular service with fare collection commenced on Monday, November 26, 2007.
As part of the CATS Art in Transit program, Archdale features several pieces intended to provide a better overall aesthetic for the station. The works include a planter bench by Alice Adams, drinking fountain basins designed to look like dogwoods, the North Carolina state flower, by Nancy Blum, gingham motifs on both the pavers and shelters by Leticia Huerta, the painting of the bridge and retaining walls by Marek Ranis and the Tower of Light abstract display of acrylic reflectors on the elevator tower by Richard C. Elliot.
- "Archdale Station". Charlotte Area Transit System. Retrieved May 19, 2017.
- Whitacre, Dianne (January 3, 2006). "Light-rail reaches key stage, installation of bridge girders to start this week". The Charlotte Observer. pp. 1B.
- Harrison, Steve; Valle, Kristen (November 25, 2007). "Light rail, heavy traffic: Thousands wait in lines for a free ride on 1st day". The Charlotte Observer. p. 1A.
- "Archdale Station: Art in Transit". Charlotte Area Transit System. Archived from the original on March 23, 2008. Retrieved June 21, 2008.