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Stanford University Subway or the Stanford Subway is an underground pedestrian transit system for the Stanford University campus. It consists of the northernmost station of the California's Great America train park, the Lincoln station, which is used primarily by shuttle and school buses, and the University station, which is located between 280 and 300 Avenues. The University Station is the only regularly used station within the park by frequent riders.
The Stanford Subway is part of the California State Transit System.
The transit system opened in the summer of 1966. The Stanford Subway was built during the peak of the building boom in the 1960s and 1970s as a way to move people between the residential areas and the university and the Department of Defense campus. This was also the beginning of the anti-car movement. During this time, a lot of the traffic took place along the Arastradero Road corridor. This corridor which connects the subways, to Lincoln and Stanford, to the Parnassus Heights residential areas and highway 280. As automobile drivers began leaving the highway at Parnassus Heights, the Stanford Subway became a popular form of transportation. At the time, the Stanford Subway was geared to students. It was a popular way to travel between classes and commute to campus. Unfortunately, the station's popularity led to overcrowding and long wait times. Overcrowding meant that it was hard to find a seat and that the trains had to run past their five-minute signal. This led to the shut down of the system in the 1970s. Another issue was its age. In the 1930s, Stanford began upgrading its departments and buildings. Because of this, the subway station was too small. In addition, the 1962 renewal of the bonds and 1962 renewal of the old station was not enough to add enough capacity. After the 1970s, it became less popular. As soon as the university built its new Link light rail system in the early 1990s, it replaced the Stanford Subway. It was clear that the subway was not feasible. As soon as the new Link system came online, the train system stopped using the Stanford Subway. The building boom that the subway helped with has also diminished. As more buildings were erected on the campus, more parking spaces were available.