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St. Anne's (PAT station)

St. Anne's
Pittsburgh Light Rail
Station statistics
Address Spring St. at Canal St., Castle Shannon, PA
Coordinates

40°21′40″N 80°01′45″W / 40.3611°N 80.0292°W / 40.3611; -80.0292Coordinates: 40°21′40″N 80°01′45″W / 40.3611°N 80.0292°W / 40.3611; -80.0292

Line(s)
Structure type street level
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Parking 130 spaces
Other information
Rebuilt April 15, 1984
Owned by Port Authority
Services
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
Blue Line – Library
toward Library
Closed 2012
toward Allegheny
Red Line – South Hills Village
Blue Line – South Hills Village
Blue Line – Library
toward Library

St. Anne's is a station on the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network, located in Castle Shannon, Pennsylvania. Unlike every other small, street level stop along the network, St. Anne's features a parking lot. 130 spaces are available to commuters, and the station is also within walking distance of many area residences. While most street level stops are named for the nearest intersecting road, this station bears the name of St. Anne's Catholic School, from which the Port Authority leases the parking facility.

External links

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


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