Serving as the main connection hub for much of Southern California's automated underground transit, Chavez Station was built as a floating terminal near the Santa Monica Key coastline. The unique construction allows it to withstand volatile ocean currents. Inside, expansive aquariums serve as a sanctuary and reminder of the beauty and fragility of the once native species, who are now unable to survive in the current superheated oceans, a constant reminder of The Shattering's devastating effects.