Ribbon cut at new rail station; trains stop Monday

Dec 2nd, 2011 | By | Category: Transportation

Work on the 35-acre former foundry site off lower Black Rock Turnpike, included construction not only of the canopied passenger platforms, but a 1,400-slot commuter parking lot, restoration of next-door wetlands and intersection improvements in streets around the abutting neighborhood. The station, unlike the rail depots in downtown Fairfield and Southport, is also fully accessible to people with disabilities.

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