Cordova Town Center

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Cordova Town Center
Sacramento RT light rail station
Location Folsom Boulevard and Olson Drive
Rancho Cordova, CA
Coordinates 38°35′55.52″N 121°16′58.21″W / 38.5987556°N 121.2828361°W / 38.5987556; -121.2828361Coordinates: 38°35′55.52″N 121°16′58.21″W / 38.5987556°N 121.2828361°W / 38.5987556; -121.2828361
Owned by Sacramento RT

Sacramento Regional Transit District (Sacramento RT):

Platforms 2 side platforms
Connections RT bus 28 and Rancho Cordovan
Structure type at-grade
Disabled access Yes
Opened June 11, 2004 (2004-06-11)[1]
Preceding station   Sacramento RT Light Rail   Following station
Gold Line

Cordova Town Center is a side platformed Sacramento RT light rail station in Rancho Cordova, California, United States. The station was opened on June 11, 2004, and is operated by the Sacramento Regional Transit District. As part of the Gold Line, it has service to Downtown Sacramento, California State University, Sacramento, Gold River and Folsom. It is located near the intersection of Olson Drive/Cordova Lane and Folsom Boulevard and serves the nearby Rancho Cordova Town Center and a variety of shopping destinations.

Cordova Town Center, along with Zinfandel and Sunrise, opened on June 11, 2004, as part of an $89 million, 2.8-mile (4.5 km) extension of the Gold Line east of the Mather Field/Mills station.[2] Rancho Cordova city officials have stated the establishment of the stations will help in the development of transit-oriented development/redevelopment of the Folsom corridor through the city.[3]

Platforms and tracks[edit]

SRTD Westbound  Gold Line toward Sacramento Valley (Zinfandel)
SRTD Eastbound  Gold Line toward Historic Folsom (Sunrise)
Union Pacific  Freight line No passenger service


  1. ^ Bizjak, Tony (June 10, 2004). "All aboard! RT extension ready to roll – Three light-rail stations open Friday morning in Rancho Cordova". The Sacramento Bee. p. B1. 
  2. ^ Dugan, Molly (June 12, 2004). "New light rail stations open to little fanfare". The Sacramento Bee. p. B3. 
  3. ^ Bizjak, Tony (July 2, 2004). "City hitches hopes to light rail - Rancho Cordova plans development hubs". The Sacramento Bee. p. B1.