|Sacramento RT light rail station|
A train at Roseville Road Station
|Location||I-80 at Roseville Road
North Highlands, CA
|Owned by||Sacramento RT|
Sacramento Regional Transit District (Sacramento RT):
|Platforms||1 side platform|
|Connections||Bus route 85|
|Opened||March 12, 1987|
Roseville Road is a side platformed Sacramento RT light rail station in North Highlands, California, United States. The station was opened on March 12, 1987, and is operated by the Sacramento Regional Transit District as part of the Blue Line. There are 1,087 spaces in the park-and-ride lot at this station, which utilizes right-of-way from an abandoned freeway project.
Many commuters who drive to light rail, even those who live closer to the Watt/I-80 stations, use the Roseville Road station since it has a large, reasonably well-patrolled parking lot, and is easier to reach by car.
Platforms and tracks
|Side platform||■ Blue Line||toward Watt/I-80 (Watt / I-80 West)|
|■ Blue Line||toward Cosumnes River College (Marconi Arcade)|
- Media related to Roseville Road (Sacramento RT) at Wikimedia Commons
- Walker, Bill (March 13, 1987). "Pride runneth over in city 'On the move'". The Sacramento Bee. p. A1.
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