North Rosa Parks Way (MAX station)
|North Rosa Parks Way
MAX light rail station
View from the south
|Address||6598 (north)/6499 (south) North Interstate Avenue
|Lines||MAX Light Rail|
|Bicycle facilities||Bike lockers|
|Opened||May 1, 2004|
The North Rosa Parks Way station is a light rail station on the MAX Yellow Line in the Arbor Lodge neighborhood of Portland, Oregon. It is the 6th stop northbound on the Interstate MAX extension. It was originally named North Portland Boulevard station, but following the city's decision in fall 2006 to rename Portland Blvd. to Rosa Parks Way, TriMet indicated it would support the change by renaming the station, at a then-undetermined future date. The signs at the station continued to show the old name until Feb. 4, 2009, when a dedication ceremony was held, unveiling new signs renaming it as "Rosa Parks" station ("Way" being implied only). On TriMet's maps and other media, the station is shown as "N Rosa Parks Way".
The station is located in the median of Interstate Avenue near the intersection of N Rosa Parks Way. It has staggered side platforms, which sit on either side of the cross street, because the route runs around this station on Interstate Avenue in the median. Artistic elements at the station refer to Native American art.
Past Bus Routes
The following bus line served this station until Rerouted or Discontinued:
- 40-Tacoma/Mocks Crest
Bus line connections
This station is served by the following bus line:
- 44 - Capitol Hwy/Mocks Crest