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Cisco Way is the one intermediate stop on the first phase of the Tasman West/Capital Extension that opened on May 17, 2001. The stop is named for the Cisco Company that has three buildings directly at the station and a number of others within walking distance that are all nearly identical buildings surrounded by parking lots. The station has a single island platform in the median of Tasman Drive that begins at Cisco Way and runs east with just one entrance from Cisco way and other an emergency exit at the other end of the platform. The platform has two canopy structures that are dark green with light green accents and each covers two TVMs and light green benches. The platform has LED displays that show a dynamic animated artwork. It is Vernacular Generation by Ellen Sollod.
All Photos: 28 February, 2012

Vernacular Generation
Vernacular Generation in the shelters
A big Cisco sign at the entrance to their headquarters across from Cisco Way
A tree in bloom on the platform
The one platform entrance
An edge of track sign and Cisco behind
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Last Updated: 15 June, 2016
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