Knight Center station

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Knight Center
Metromover people mover station
Knight Center Downtown Skyscrapers.jpg
Outer Loop train departing the station, Downtown skyscrapers visible left-background
General information
Location100 SE Second Street
Miami, Florida 33131
Coordinates25°46′18″N 80°11′28″W / 25.77167°N 80.19111°W / 25.77167; -80.19111Coordinates: 25°46′18″N 80°11′28″W / 25.77167°N 80.19111°W / 25.77167; -80.19111
Owned byMiami-Dade County
Platforms1 island platform
Disabled accessYes
OpenedApril 17, 1986
Previous namesWorld Trade Center
Preceding station Logo of Miami-Dade County, Florida.svg Miami-Dade Transit Following station
Third Street
One-way operation
Omni Loop Bayfront Park
One-way operation
Brickell Loop Bayfront Park
Miami Avenue
Next clockwise
Inner Loop Bayfront Park
One-way operation

Knight Center is a Metromover station in Downtown, Miami, Florida located in the Miami Tower.

This station is located at the intersection of Southwest Second Street and Second Avenue, connected to the namesake James L. Knight Center by a glass-enclosed walkway underneath the Downtown Distributor freeway. Knight Center opened April 17, 1986 as the World Trade Center Station, and was the first elevated metro station in the world built into an existing building.

Station layout[edit]

Platform level
Inner loop      Inner Loop toward Government Center (Miami Avenue)
Island platform, doors will open on the left
Outer loop      Brickell Loop toward Financial District (Bayfront Park)
     Omni Loop toward School Board (Bayfront Park)
G Street level Exit/entrance and buses

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