Brownsville station

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Metrorail metro station
Brownsville Transit Village.jpg
Brownsville Transit Village in 2012
Location5200 NW 27th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Coordinates25°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
Owned byMiami-Dade County
Platforms2 side platforms
ConnectionsLocal Transit Metrobus: 27, 46, 54, 254
ParkingPark and ride (423 spaces)
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Station codeBVL
OpenedMay 19, 1985
Passengers (2011)252,000[1]Decrease 7%
Preceding station Logo of Miami-Dade County, Florida.svg Miami-Dade Transit Following station
Earlington Heights Green Line Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza
toward Palmetto

Brownsville station is a Metrorail station in the unincorporated community of Brownsville in Miami-Dade County, Florida. It is located at the intersection of Northwest 27th Avenue (SR 9) and 52nd Street, opening to service May 19, 1985.

Station layout[edit]

Platform level
Side platform, doors will open on the right
Southbound      Green Line toward Dadeland South (Earlington Heights)
Northbound      Green Line toward Palmetto (Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza)
Side platform, doors will open on the right
G Street level Exit/entrance, buses, parking

Places of interest[edit]

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

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 was completed by 2012.[2][3] However, as of 2016, Brownsville and Santa Clara (Santa Clara Apartments TOD), are the lowest ridership stations in the system.[4]


  1. ^[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Building boom in affordable housing". Miami Herald.
  3. ^ "Brownsville Transit Village". HSQ Group, Inc. Retrieved August 21, 2016.
  4. ^ "Ridership Technical Reports". Miami-Dade County. Retrieved August 21, 2016.

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