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Eisenhower Avenue is a Washington Metro station in Alexandria, Virginia on the Yellow Line. This is one of only two elevated side-platform stations in the system, with the other being West Hyattsville.
The station is located at Eisenhower Avenue near Stovall Street, next to the Capital Beltway and the Hoffman Town Center entertainment complex. Entrances to the station are located just off Eisenhower Avenue. It is aboveground and utilizes side platforms. Access to each platform is provided by a pair of escalators and an elevator. Service began on December 17, 1983.
The station provides connections to Metro's REX (Richmond Highway Express) service and the city of Alexandria's DASH service.
Notable places nearby Edit
- Albert V. Bryan US Courthouse
- American Trucking Association
- Capital Beltway
- Strayer University (Alexandria Campus)
- United States Patent and Trademark Office
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