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Westmont (PATCO station)

Westmont
PATCO Speedline station
Station statistics
Address 100 Stoy Avenue
Haddon Township, New Jersey
Coordinates

39°54′26″N 75°02′48″W / 39.9071°N 75.0468°W / 39.9071; -75.0468Coordinates: 39°54′26″N 75°02′48″W / 39.9071°N 75.0468°W / 39.9071; -75.0468

Line(s)
Connections NJT Buses
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2
Parking 1149 spaces
Bicycle facilities Yes
Other information
Opened 1969
Electrified 750 volts DC
Owned by Delaware River Port Authority
Services
Preceding station   PATCO   Following station
PATCO Speedline
toward Lindenwold

Westmont is a station on the PATCO Speedline in Haddon Township, Camden County, New Jersey, United States. The station contains both metered and free parking and racks for up to 32 bicycles. Westmont Station was built in a manner similar to that of nearby Collingswood Station. East of this station, PATCO Speedline descends from an elevated structure to an open cut beneath the ground.

New Jersey Transit Bus Connections

References

  • National Railway Historical Society - Philadelphia Chapter
  • nycsubway.org

External links

  • Westmont (PATCO)
  • Atlantic Avenue entrance from Google Maps Street View


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