Northbound train arriving at station
|Location||1 Patriot Drive|
Danbury, CT, 06810
|Platforms||1 island platform|
|Connections||Housatonic Area Regional Transit: 2, 7|
The Danbury station is a commuter rail stop on the Danbury Branch of the Metro-North Railroad's New Haven Line, located in Danbury, Connecticut. The station is the northern terminus of Danbury Branch. Since the Danbury Branch is mostly single-tracked, most service is a shuttle to South Norwalk with three peak-hour runs to Grand Central; service to South Norwalk takes approximately 47 minutes, service to Grand Central 1 hour, 55 minutes. The station is 64.9 miles (104.4 km) to Grand Central; it is adjacent to both the Danbury Railway Museum and the hub for Housatonic Area Regional Transit. The station has 147 parking spaces, all owned by the state.
The present passenger station was built 1996 by ConnDOT and replaces the older New Haven Railroad station, now the Danbury Railway Museum.
|■ Danbury Branch||for South Norwalk or Grand Central|
|■ Danbury Branch||for South Norwalk or Grand Central
This station has one three-car-long high-level island platform serving arriving and departing trains. The Danbury Branch has two tracks at this location. The northern track is a stub that terminates at the platform, while the southern track allows for continued travel to or from the north and the train yard.
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