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Martin Villa (PAT station)

Martin Villa
Pittsburgh Light Rail
Station statistics
Address Willow Avenue at Baldwin Avenue, Castle Shannon, PA

40°21′48″N 80°01′42″W / 40.3634°N 80.0284°W / 40.3634; -80.0284Coordinates: 40°21′48″N 80°01′42″W / 40.3634°N 80.0284°W / 40.3634; -80.0284

Structure type street level
Tracks 2
Other information
Opened 1987
Closed 2012
Owned by Port Authority
Preceding station   Pittsburgh Light Rail (logo).svg The "T"   Following station
toward Allegheny
Red Line – South Hills Village
toward Allegheny
Blue Line – South Hills Village
toward Allegheny
Blue Line – Library
toward Library

Martin Villa was a station on the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network, located in Castle Shannon, Pennsylvania. The street level stop was incorporated into the system to serve an apartment complex of the same name. On the opposite side of the street, a variety of residences were within walking distance.

Martin Villa was one of eleven stops closed on June 25th, 2012 as part of a system-wide consolidation effort.[1]


The stop dated back to the PCC streetcar era, being at the transition between center street and off street reserved right of way.[2]


External links

  • Port Authority T Stations Listings
  • Station from Google Maps Street View

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