Vermont Avenue/I-105 is a stop in the median of the freeway that is beneath the overpass of Vermont Avenue. This gives the station an underground feeling with wide concrete columns in the middle of the platform holding up the overpass. Exits are at each end first there is a staircase and this is followed by an elevator at each of the extreme ends of the platform. These lead to small areas with a total of four turnstiles along each sidewalk of Vermont Avenue. The station has a 445 space park & ride lot NW of the station across an entrance ramp to the freeway.
Artwork: has a bucket is suspended over one of the entrance staircases, looking like it is about to dump its contents over it. There are benches with fancy backs and quotations in the floor of the platform. At each end of the platform are mosaics of trees. This is all in honor of gardens that the area was once known for part of real green by Torgen Johnson Kim Yasuda.
All Photos taken on 24 March, 2011