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West Hyattsville station

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Structure type  Elevated
Opened  11 December 1993
Tracks  2
Parking  453 spaces
Platforms in use  2
West Hyattsville station
Location  2700 Hamilton Street Hyattsville, MD 20782
Owned by  Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
Line(s)  Green Line Yellow Line (rush only)
Connections  Metrobus: F1, F2, F6, F8, R4 TheBus: 12, 13
Address  Hyattsville, MD 20782, United States
Owner  Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
Similar  Prince George's Plaza stat, Branch Avenue station, Naylor Road station, Fort Totten station, College Park–University of Maryla

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West Hyattsville is a Washington Metro station in Hyattsville, Maryland on the Green Line. It is the first station in Maryland going northeast on the Green Line.


The station is in Hyattsville. "Chillum" was originally to be the station's name. It is located at 2700 Hamilton Street, near the west side of Ager Road and the north side of Queens Chapel Road. Service began on December 11, 1993.

West Hyattsville is one of only two stations that are elevated with side platforms. Eisenhower Avenue on the Yellow Line is the other. Arlington Cemetery on the Blue Line, Cheverly on the Orange Line, and Prince George's Plaza on the Green Line also contain side platforms, though these stations are at ground level.

West Hyattsville served 1.246 million riders annually as of 2006.

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West Hyattsville station Wikipedia

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