Evelyn station in March 2015
|Location||Evelyn Avenue at Pioneer Way|
Mountain View, California
|Platforms||1 side platform|
|Opened||December 17, 1999|
|Closed||March 16, 2015|
Evelyn station is a former VTA Light Rail station located in Mountain View, California. The station platform was on the then-single-track section east of the Downtown Mountain View light rail station. It was accessed via a pedestrian tunnel under the Caltrain tracks from Evelyn Avenue at the intersection with Pioneer Way. The station was closed in 2015 to permit double-tracking of the line.
The station was built as part of the Tasman West extension project and opened December 17, 1999. The VTA decided in August 2014 to close and remove Evelyn station early in 2015. As part of the Light Rail Efficiency Project, a second track was added between Mountain View Station and Whisman Station for the Mountain View–Winchester, and leaving Evelyn in place would have required narrowing Central Expressway and Evelyn Avenue to accommodate the track.According to VTA, the station was the second least-utilized station in the VTA light rail system.
After the station closed in 2015, the park and ride lot across the street from the station remained available to transit passengers but was lightly used.In May 2019, the lot was leased to the City of Mountain View who plans to use the lot as a safe place for people living in vehicles to park. The long-term plan is to use the two-acre parking lot parcel to build 180 affordable apartments.
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