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Newington (CDOT Station)

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Newington (CDOT Station)

Station statistics

41°43′00″N 72°44′10″W / 41.7167°N 72.7362°W / 41.7167; -72.7362

  New Haven – Hartford – Springfield Rail
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Parking 200 spaces (Proposed)
Preceding station   CDOT   Following station
toward New Haven Union Station
New Haven – Hartford – Springfield Rail
toward Springfield
Hartford-New Britain Busway

Newington Station is a proposed station in Newington, Connecticut, on the New Haven-Hartford-Springfield Commuter Rail Line. It was listed by the Department of Transportation as one of three new stations that would be built for the line, the others being Enfield and North Haven/Hamden.The station would be located on Francis Avenue near the Willard Avenue overpass. It would have a total of 200 parking spaces and be a combination train and bus station on the Hartford-New Britain Busway.


Map of Busway (PDF)


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