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The station is located near the Petworth and Columbia Heights neighborhoods of Northwest Washington, at the northernmost corner of the intersection at Georgia and New Hampshire Avenues. Service began on September 18, 1999.
The station's west entrance closed on December 11, 2006 to accommodate construction of a mixed-use development. This required the relocation of bus stops, bike racks, and lockers. The entrance is expected to be closed for two years, with reopening planned for 2008.
Popular culture Edit
- In the video game, Syphon Filter, this station is attacked in a bombing used as a distraction for a viral attack at Washington Park.
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