Waterfront station (Washington Metro)
|rapid transit station|
399 M Street SW|
Washington, DC 20024
|Platforms||1 island platform|
MTA Maryland Commuter Bus|
|Bicycle facilities||10 racks, 12 lockers|
|Opened||December 28, 1991|
|Passengers (2017)||3,915 daily  2.73%|
Waterfront (known as Waterfront–SEU from 1997 to 2011) is a Washington Metro station in the Southwest Waterfront neighborhood of Washington, D.C., United States. The station was opened on December 28, 1991, and is operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA). Waterfront is located in the Southwest Waterfront neighborhood at the intersection of 4th and M Streets SW.
Notable places nearby
Much of the physical construction of the station was complete by 1980, and its opening was initially to occur in 1983. However, due to litigation surrounding where the line would terminate in Prince George's County, planning and construction of the Green Line halted in 1981 and would not resume until 1985. The station opened on December 28, 1991, and coincided with the completion of approximately 2.88 miles (4.63 km) of rail southeast of the L'Enfant Plaza station and the opening of the Anacostia and Navy Yard – Ballpark stations.
The station was renamed Waterfront–SEU in 1997, referring to the nearby Southeastern University. Southeastern University closed in 2009, and the station reverted to the Waterfront name on November 3, 2011.
|M||Mezzanine||Fare control, station agent|
|Northbound||← toward Greenbelt (L'Enfant Plaza)|
|Island platform, doors will open on the left|
|Southbound||→ toward Branch Avenue (Navy Yard – Ballpark) →|
- "Metrorail Average Weekday Passenger Boardings" (PDF). WMATA. Retrieved July 31, 2018.
- Feaver, Douglas B. (December 13, 1980), "Metro board agrees to make Green Line a top priority", The Washington Post, p. B1
- Feaver, Douglas B. (November 19, 1978), "Metro completion expected in 10 years", The Washington Post, p. B10
- McQueen, Michel (March 17, 1982), "Judge blocks Metro route; Rosecroft shift", The Washington Post, p. C1
- Tousignant, Marylou (December 29, 1991), "After feuds, amid fanfare, Metro rolls into Anacostia", The Washington Post, p. B1
- "Station names updated for new map" (Press release). Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. November 3, 2011. Archived from the original on November 5, 2011. Retrieved November 5, 2011.
Media related to Waterfront (WMATA station) at Wikimedia Commons
- WMATA: Waterfront Station
- StationMasters Online: Waterfront Station
- The Schumin Web Transit Center: Waterfront Station
- 4th Street entrance from Google Maps Street View
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