|Address||I-80 at Watt Avenue|
|Connections||Bus routes 1, 9, 10, 15, 19, 26, 80, 84, 93, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 106, 107|
|Owned by||Sacramento Regional Transit District|
The Watt/I-80 light rail station is located in the median of Interstate 80 below Watt Avenue on the Blue Line. From its opening in 1987, this has been the northern terminus of the LRT line and still is to this day. The station includes a park-and-ride and a bus transfer center. It is one of the busiest bus/light rail transfer points in the Sacramento Regional Transit District. It is also the only 2-level light rail station in the system: light rail, peak commute buses, and a Placer County Transit bus route to Auburn use the lower level (I-80 level) while all daily routes use the Watt Avenue overpass (upper level).
|Preceding station||Sacramento RT Light Rail||Following station|
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