Trevers Crystal City station
|Lowest level of the Crystal City/GTC station|
|Location||262 Primrose Avenue|
Trevers, Verona 25028
|Owned by||City of Trevers|
|Operated by||METRE, NRP|
|Train operators||NRP, METRE|
|Opened||October 11, 1929|
|Previous names||Crystal Cross|
|Original company||Cross City Railways|
Highlights nearby the station include the GeoTradeCenter West Tower of which the first three floors are used as a department store, many skyscrapers that host the headquarters of important Paroyan and foreign companies, and works of urban art leading to the Central Crystal Plaza and the Outlook Park.
The station is in service since October 1929 and is named after the GTC Complex that is very close to the station. The station was the center point of the new project, developed in 1920 as the centerpiece of the new business district. The station was designed spaciously, because in addition to the new city lines there was also taken account of long-distance trains. First it was intended to Crystal City would serve as an important part of the New Economy Fair of 1930, but the expo was cancelled because the space was not ready on time. In 1936 the station played a major role in transporting travelers during the 1936 Summer Geolympiad.
The station has four floors, of which three are underground.
|Station floor plan|
|BG||Entrance, information services, bus station|
|-1||Planned for and CityLink|
Crystal City/GTC Station is part of a number of extensions for the near future. The new metro line is scheduled for passage in 2017 when the line will start its service. Because the line has a north-south direction and there is no more space on that floor, it will share floors with the upcoming commuter rail service CityLink, which will begin service in 2020.
- Although this is not official, it is an very important part in the history of the area and the city.