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Coventry Arena railway station in the north of Coventry, England is one of two new railway stations on the Coventry-Nuneaton Line. It serves the adjacent Ricoh Arena, for which it is named. Both it and Bermuda Park station opened on 18 January 2016 after considerable delays.

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  • Coventry Arena railway station in the north of Coventry, England is one of two new railway stations on the Coventry-Nuneaton Line. It serves the adjacent Ricoh Arena, for which it is named. Both it and Bermuda Park station opened on 18 January 2016 after considerable delays.
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  • Coventry Arena railway station in the north of Coventry, England is one of two new railway stations on the Coventry-Nuneaton Line. It serves the adjacent Ricoh Arena, for which it is named. Both it and Bermuda Park station opened on 18 January 2016 after considerable delays. Combined with the stadium's copious parking it provides a Park and Ride facility. The station has two platforms on the existing double tracked line. The northbound platform, adjacent to the stadium, is three cars long, but the southbound platform is 6 cars long. Step-free access is provided to both platforms, and there are gates and holding facilities to cope with event-days at the Ricoh. Although the station was intended to serve the adjacent Ricoh Arena, it was announced in August 2015 that the station will be closed for one hour preceding and following football matches, rugby matches and concerts on safety grounds: there is insufficient rolling stock to run the services necessary for spectators: while six-carriage trains could be chartered to run every half-an-hour during weekends, the fares generated would not cover the chartering cost. The then operator London Midland stated that the rolling stock restriction limited services to one train an hour using a single-coach Class 153 unit, which can only seat 75 people. In September 2015 it was revealed that Coventry City Council were looking into the possibility of using converted London Underground D-trains to run extra services on match days, although this never happened. In 2019, two coach Class 172 units took over the running of the service.
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