Marlborough (CTrain)

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Marlborough
C-Train station (Northeast Line)
Marlborough Station, C-Train, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.jpg
Location 889 - 36 Street NE
Coordinates 51°03′32″N 113°58′54″W / 51.05889°N 113.98167°W / 51.05889; -113.98167Coordinates: 51°03′32″N 113°58′54″W / 51.05889°N 113.98167°W / 51.05889; -113.98167
Owned by Calgary Transit
Platforms Center-loading platform
Connections 23 Foothills Industrial
26 Dover
33 Vista Heights/Marlborough
42 Marlborough
45 Abbeydale/Applewood
49 Forest Heights
50 Forest Lawn
51 Penbrooke
57 McCall Way/Erin Woods
66 Blackfoot Express
Construction
Structure type At-grade
Disabled access Yes
History
Opened 1985
Rebuilt 2013
Services
Preceding station   CTrain   Following station
Route 202
toward Saddletowne

Marlborough is a stop on the Northeast Line (Route 202) of the CTrain light rail system in Calgary, Alberta. The station opened on April 27, 1985 as part of the original Northeast line.

The station is located in the median of 36 Street NE, located near its intersection with 8 Avenue NE/Marlborough Drive NE. The station is 6.5 km from the City Hall Interlocking and is located near Calgary's Marlborough neighborhood and also serves nearby businesses along 36 Street, including Marlborough Mall. Pedestrian overpasses connect the station to both sides of 36 Street NE. Stairs, escalators, as well as an elevator provide access down to the center-loading platform. 485 spaces of the mall facility are now owned by Calgary Transit and are designated for park-and-ride service.

As part of Calgary Transit's plan to operate 4-car trains by the end of 2014, all 3-car platforms are being extended. Marlborough station saw new furnishings in addition to a platform extension. Construction started in the late Summer of 2013, and was finished in January 2014. [1]

In 2005, the station registered an average transit of 19,600 boardings per weekday, the busiest station in the system other than the downtown platforms.[2]

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