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Willow (PAT station)

Pittsburgh Light Rail
Station statistics
Address Willow Avenue and James Street, Castle Shannon, PA

40°21′55″N 80°01′35″W / 40.3654°N 80.0264°W / 40.3654; -80.0264Coordinates: 40°21′55″N 80°01′35″W / 40.3654°N 80.0264°W / 40.3654; -80.0264

Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Other information
Opened 2004
Owned by Port Authority
Preceding station   Pittsburgh Light Rail (logo).svg The "T"   Following station
toward Allegheny
Blue Line – Library
toward Library
Blue Line – South Hills Village
toward Allegheny
Red Line – South Hills Village
Transfer at: Overbrook Junction
Red Line – Overbrook Junction
Transfer at: Overbrook Junction

Willow is a station on the Overbrook branch of the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network. It is located in Castle Shannon, Pennsylvania. It is a transfer point between the Beechview (serving Castle Shannon, Mt. Lebanon, Dormont, and Beechview) and Overbrook (serving Overbrook, Carrick, Bon Air, and Belzhoover) lines. The station's name was derived from Willow Ave, the street that runs parallel with and across the light rail. No parking is available at the site and because park and ride commuters can more conveniently reach the nearby Memorial Hall station, Willow almost exclusively serves nearby apartments and individuals switching trains.


Willow was opened in 2004, one of eight new platform equipped stations which replaced 33 streetcar style stops along the Overbrook branch.

External links

  • Port Authority T Stations Listings
  • View of the newly opened Willow station in 2004
  • Station from Google Maps Street View
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