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Woodlawn Station
Woodlawn Station

Opened in November 2107, Woodlawn station is located on South Blvd, south of the city of Charlotte. The station has announcements in Spanish and English that also include braille signs for visually impaired individuals; and the ticket vending machine even has a light. To pay at the station you have the option of young, senior, adult and disability. Each ticket has a different price and they expire after a certain time. There are several ticket options which include one-way, unlimited weekly, unlimited monthly and ten rides. Woodlawn Station is the location of many local businesses in the city of Charlotte. One business found at this station is Hello Signs. This business is less than a five minutes walking distance from the train. It is located in a small shopping center called Woodlawn Plaza, across the street from Old Pineville Rd. This company offers a large number of services for people looking for ways to advertise their brand when starting their own business or perhaps looking to grow and improve the advertising for their companies. They also offer installation, repair, and maintenance services for LED light signs. Hello Signs staff speak Spanish and work together with their clients to achieve their goals and dreams. Cristian Larach, native of Santiago, Chile, is the owner of this business. Cristian states that he started Hello Signs 21 years ago. Over 70% of Hello Signs customers are Latinos. There is no doubt that the train helps to connect communities and amplify their stories.