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'''メッツ-ウィレッツ・ポイント駅'''(Mets - Willets Point)は[[ロングアイランド鉄道]]ポート・ワシントン支線の季節駅で、[[ニューヨーク市]][[クイーンズ区]]の[[フラッシング・メドウズ・コロナ・パーク]]のルーズベルト・アベニュー寄りにある。以前はシェイ・スタジアム駅(Shea Stadium)という名前だった。
 
この駅は[[シティ・フィールド]](2009年以前は[[シェイ・スタジアム]])での[[ニューヨーク・メッツ]]のホームゲーム開催時と[[USTAビリー・ジーン・キング・ナショナル・テニス・センター]]での[[全米オープン (テニス)|全テニス全米オープン]]開催時、そして緊急時のみ営業する。当初は[[ロングアイランド鉄道|シティチケット]]の対象外だったが、2011年8月に対象駅に含められた<ref>{{Template:Cite web|url=http://www.mta.info/mta/news/releases/?agency=lirr&en=110804-LIRR88|title=MTA LIRR'S Discounted Weekend 'CityTicket' Now Good for Travel to Mets-Willets Point Station|accessdate=2012-06-12|date=August 4, 2011}}</ref> 。なお、営業時には乗車前に運賃を徴収される。
 
[[ラガーディア空港]]へのアクセス路線として建設が検討されている{{仮リンク|エアトレイン・ラガーディア|en|AirTrain LaGuardia}}では、当駅に接続することが提案されている<ref>[https://www.ny.gov/sites/ny.gov/files/atoms/files/ABNY_airtrain.pdf Maps of proposed Airtrain LGA route at ny.gov]</ref>
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== History ==
The station, which opened in time for the [[ニューヨーク万国博覧会 (1939年)|1939 New York World's Fair]], included a modernistic structure above the tracks that could accommodate up to 18,000 passengers per hour. Resembling an airplane hangar, it combined both [[アール・デコ|Art Deco]] and [[バウハウス|Bauhaus]] features,<ref>{{Template:Cite journal|date=May 13, 1939|title=Long Island Gets Modernistic Station at World's Fair|url=http://arrts-arrchives.com/1939wf.html|journal=Railway Age|pages=823–826|accessdate=2010-01-16}}</ref> and was also in close proximity to the Railroads on Parade exhibit.<ref>[http://www.1939nyworldsfair.com/worlds_fair/wf_tour/Zone-6/railroads.htm Railroad Building; The Eastern Railroads Presidents' Conference (1939 New York World's Fair.com)]</ref> Between 1946 and 1952, the station was known as '''[[国際連合|United Nations]] Station'''. Flushing Meadows-Corona Park was the temporary site of the U.N. General Assembly, and had shuttle buses to their temporary headquarters in Lake Success at the time. Once the UN moved to its permanent home on the east side of Midtown-Manhattan, the station closed. However, it was reopened again with its original name on January 11, 1961, and the 1939 World's Fair ramp was expanded for the [[ニューヨーク万国博覧会 (1964年)|1964 New York World's Fair]] to connect the Flushing Meadows – Corona Park to [[シェイ・スタジアム|Shea Stadium]], which opened that same year (though it was not part of the World's Fair). After the World's Fair closed in 1965, the station was named for Shea Stadium in 1966. When Elmhurst station closed in 1985, Shea Stadium station became the westernmost station on the Port Washington Branch before merging with the [[ロングアイランド鉄道本線|LIRR Main Line]] at [[ウィンフィールド・ジャンクション駅|Winfield Junction]]. As of 2003, a portion of track from the Whitestone Line, which diverged just east of the station, was still visible next to the westbound track.
 
Following the 2009 closure and demolition of Shea Stadium, the [[メトロポリタン・トランスポーテーション・オーソリティ|Metropolitan Transportation Authority]] renamed the station to '''Mets – Willets Point''', matching the name of the adjoining [[メッツ-ウィレッツ・ポイント駅 (IRTフラッシング線)|subway station]] and omitting the corporate-sponsored name, Citi Field, associated with the current stadium. The MTA was unsuccessful in achieving a similar naming rights deal and would not post the name for free.<ref>{{Template:Cite news|last=Neuman|first=William|date=May 11, 2009|work=The New York Times|title=Stadium Is Citi Field, but the Subway Stop Has Other Ideas|url=http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/12/nyregion/12shea.html|accessdate=2009-09-02}}</ref>
 
=== Planned renovation and accessibility ===
In September 2014, the MTA announced renovation plans for the Mets – Willets Point LIRR station, which would see its current active platform (see [[:en:Mets_–_Willets_Point_(LIRR_station)#Platform_and_track_configuration|below]]), extend its length from eight cars to 12 cars, including the installation of an elevator, which would connect to the New York City Parks Department passarelle, leading to Flushing Meadows – Corona Park, making the station fully [[障害を持つアメリカ人法|ADA accessible]]. The project is scheduled to be completed in time for the 2016 baseball season.<ref>{{Template:Cite web|url=http://www.mta.info/press-release/lirr/ada-accessibility-planned-lirr's-mets-willets-point-station-part-97-million|title=ADA Accessibility Planned for LIRR’s Mets-Willets Point Station As Part of $9.7 Million Renovation That Includes a New Elevator|accessdate=2014-10-27|date=September 4, 2014}}</ref>
 
== Platform and track configuration ==
 
== 外部リンク ==
{{Template:Commonscat-inline|Mets – Willets Point (LIRR station)}}
 
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