Culmer station

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Logo Miami-Dade County.svg Culmer
Metrorail metro station
Culmer, September 2011.jpeg
Downtown Miami, as seen from the station's southbound platform
Location 701 NW 11th Street,
Miami, Florida 33136
Coordinates 25°47′4″N 80°12′28″W / 25.78444°N 80.20778°W / 25.78444; -80.20778Coordinates: 25°47′4″N 80°12′28″W / 25.78444°N 80.20778°W / 25.78444; -80.20778
Owned by Miami-Dade County
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2
Connections Local Transit Metrobus: 77, 211, 277
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Station code CUL
Opened December 17, 1984
Passengers (2011) 351,000[1]Increase 11%
Preceding station   Metrorail   Following station
toward Palmetto
Green Line
Orange Line

Culmer station is a station on the Metrorail rapid transit system just northeast of the Spring Garden neighborhood of Miami, Florida, near the Midtown Interchange. This station is located at the intersection of Northwest 11th Street and Seventh Avenue (US 441), opening to service December 17, 1984. The station is named after Father John Culmer, a local civil rights leader who labored tirelessly to improve the living conditions of black Miamians.

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Transit connections[edit]


Route # Route Name Route Map Note
55 (Marlins Ballpark Shuttle ↔ Culmer Metrorail Station) Operates during baseball season
77 Downtown MiamiMiami Gardens at Miami Gardens Drive/NW 183 St via NW 7 Ave and NW 2 Ave (US 441) Map
211 Overtown Circulator (NW 11 St and NW 11 Ave ↔ Williams Park via NW 3rd Ave) Map Weekday service only
277 NW 7th Ave Max (Downtown Miami ↔ Golden Glades station via US 441) Map Weekday rush hour only; limited-stop

When Major events are going on like the Corporate Run all routes that operate into Downtown Miami will be detoured to this Station except for the 95x the Dade Broward Express and BCT Express Routes.


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