City College (Sacramento RT)

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City College
Sacramento RT light rail station
Sacramento City College Light Rail Station 2.jpg
Platform, September 13, 2007
Location 24th Street
Sacramento, CA
Coordinates 38°32′30.69″N 121°29′7.22″W / 38.5418583°N 121.4853389°W / 38.5418583; -121.4853389Coordinates: 38°32′30.69″N 121°29′7.22″W / 38.5418583°N 121.4853389°W / 38.5418583; -121.4853389
Owned by Sacramento RT

Sacramento Regional Transit District (Sacramento RT):

Platforms 2 side platforms
Structure type at-grade
Disabled access Yes
Opened September 26, 2003 (2003-09-26)[1]
Preceding station   Sacramento RT Light Rail   Following station
toward Watt/I-80
Blue Line
City College (Sacramento RT) is located in Sacramento, California
City College (Sacramento RT)

City College is a side platformed Sacramento RT light rail station on the Sacramento City College campus in Sacramento, California, United States. The station was opened on September 26, 2003, and is operated by the Sacramento Regional Transit District. As part of the Blue Line, it has service to Downtown Sacramento, North Sacramento, California State University, Sacramento, Rancho Cordova, Gold River and Folsom.

The station is located northeast of Charles C. Hughes Stadium on campus. In addition to serving the college this station also serves William Land Park and Curtis Park. This 60-foot (18 m) wide station provides bus service, drop-off areas, and walkways to the stadium, campus, and parking lots.[2]

Platforms and tracks[edit]

Union Pacific  Freight line No passenger service
SRTD Northbound  Blue Line toward Watt/I-80 (4th Avenue / Wayne Hultgren)
SRTD Southbound  Blue Line toward Cosumnes River College (Fruitridge)


  1. ^ Bizjak, Tony (September 27, 2003). "New vista for light rail – 1st new line in 16 years opens to fanfare". The Sacramento Bee. p. A1. 
  2. ^ Light Rail Progress (September 2003). "Sacramento Light Rail: South Line Opens on Time, on Budget". Light Rail Now! website. Retrieved February 5, 2010.