East 55th (RTA Rapid Transit Station)

East 55th (RTA Rapid Transit Station)

East 55th is a station on the RTA Red, Green and Blue Lines in Cleveland, Ohio, USA. The station entrance is located on the west side of East 55th Street just north of the intersection with Bower Avenue and the eastern terminus of Interstate 490.

The station is fairly unique in that it serves both high-level boarding rapid transit or heavy rail trains and low-level boarding light rail trains. The high-level boarding platforms for the Red Line are located at the eastern end of the station at the end of the stairs leading down from the station entrance on East 55th Street. The low-level boarding platforms for the Green and Blue Lines extend from the western end of the high-level platforms.

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East 55th (RTA Rapid Transit Station) - History
... The station was first used for the Shaker Rapid Transit, the predecessor of the Green and Blue Lines ... The Shaker Rapid Transit opened along private right-of-way from Shaker Square to East 34th Street on April 11, 1920 ...

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