Earlington Heights (Metrorail Station)
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Earlington Heights Metrorail Station
Logo Miami-Dade County.svg Earlington Heights
Metrorail metro station
Airport Expressway from Earlington Heights.jpg
The Airport Expressway and Allapattah, as seen from the station platform
Location 2100 NW 41st Street
Miami, Florida 33142
Coordinates 25°48?45?N 80°13?48?W / 25.81250°N 80.23000°W / 25.81250; -80.23000Coordinates: 25°48?45?N 80°13?48?W / 25.81250°N 80.23000°W / 25.81250; -80.23000
Owned by Miami-Dade County
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2
Connections Local Transit Metrobus: 17, 22, 95X
Parking Garage (95 spaces)
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Station code EHT
Opened December 17, 1984
Passengers (2011) 456,000[1]Increase 17%
Preceding station   Metrorail   Following station
toward Palmetto
Green Line
Orange Line

Earlington Heights station is a station on the Metrorail rapid transit system in the unincorporated community of Brownsville in Miami-Dade County, Florida. This station is located at the intersection of Northwest 21st Avenue and the Airport Expressway (SR 112). The Metrorail Orange Line creation and extension of the metro to Miami International Airport (MIA) began construction from this rail station in May 2009, completed in July 2012. Passenger service between MIA, through Downtown Miami, and to the southern Miami suburb of Kendall opened in Summer 2012.

Places of interest

Transit connections


Route # Route Name Route Map Note
17 Norwood (Miami Gardens) Flagler Street or Vizcaya Metrorail station via 17 Ave Map Weekday rush hour service to NW 103 St at 7 Ave (US 441)
22 The Mall at 163rd Street Coconut Grove Metrorail station via 22 Ave Map
95X Express Golden Glades (Downtown Miami Golden Glades via I-95) Map Morning southbound and afternoon northbound only



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