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  • Morrison Creek Station

    The Morrison Creek light rail station will be in an area of south Sacramento that is currently undeveloped. The future station will be located west of Morrison Creek, halfway between the southern end of Detroit Avenue and the planned light rail extension to Cosumnes River Boulevard.

    The Morrison Creek Station is designed to be integrated into a future transit oriented development, and constructed in conjunction with the adjacent development site. It will include a 75 space park-and-ride lot and provisions for a bus transfer area.

    In order to provide a coherent urban design and streetscape appearance along
    Cosumnes River Boulevard, the design of Morrison Creek Station will be similar
    to the design of the Franklin and Center Parkway stations. The station and shelter
    design is based on the “Crossroads” scheme presented at the July 16, 2009, public
    meeting. The station platform will be adorned with colored glass pebbles for decoration.

  • Franklin Station

    The Franklin light rail station is located off of a planned extension of Cosumnes River Boulevard, just west of Franklin Boulevard. The future station will include a 668 space park-and-ride lot and a bus transit center with four bus berths.

    There will be a pedestrian path to nearby neighborhoods and a pedestrian bridge over Union House Creek to connect to the neighborhood via Deer Lake Drive. The station and shelter design is based on the “Crossroads” scheme presented at the July 16, 2009, public meeting. The station platform will be adorned with colored glass pebbles for decoration.

  • Center Parkway Station

    Center Parkway Station Rendering View Gallery

    Rendering provided by Joyce Hsu

    Center Parkway is located at the northwest corner of Center Parkway and Cosumnes River Boulevard. The future station will serve Valley Hi High School, the west side of the Cosumnes River College campus and the surrounding residential neighborhoods.

    This is a walk-on station (no park-and-ride lot), but it includes a kiss-and-ride (drop-off) turnout on Cosumnes River Boulevard. There will be a pedestrian path located along the north side of the tracks connecting the station to Franklin Boulevard and Center Parkway, and a pedestrian bridge that will cross over Union House Creek to connect to the neighborhood via Valley Green Drive. The station and shelter design is based on the “Crossroads” scheme presented at the July 16, 2009, public meeting. The station platform will be adorned with colored glass pebbles for decoration.

  • Cosumnes River College Station

    The Cosumnes River College light rail station is located on the campus, just north of the east entrance to the college off of Bruceville Road. The future station will have a transit center with eight bus berths and a small utility building.

    The station includes a five-level parking structure that will provide 2,016 parking spaces. The parking structure will include solar photovoltaic panels on the roof and electric vehicle charging stations. Stairs and a ramp will lead to a pedestrian bridge over the east entrance and connect to the third floor of the parking structure. Patrons will be allowed to park anywhere on the Cosumnes River College campus with a valid parking pass (currently $1 per day). The parking structure opened on June 7, 2013.