(also known as Fordham – East 190th Street
) Metro-North Railroad
station serves the residents of the Fordham
neighborhood of the Bronx, New York
via the Harlem Line
and New Haven Line
. It is the only Harlem Line stop in the Bronx that is an express station. It is 8.9 miles (14.3 km) from Grand Central Terminal
. The platforms are situated just below street level and feature two expanded platforms that serve eight cars each, on the outer tracks. The station building sits above the tracks on the Fordham Road (East 190th Street) overpass, and still bears the name New York Central Railroad
on its facade. This station is among the busiest in the Metro-North system.
Most service is provided by Grand Central Terminal to North White Plains
locals. These trains run at least approximately every half-hour on weekdays and Saturdays, and hourly on Sundays. During the reverse peak (outbound from GCT mornings and inbound evenings), however, through trains to and from Southeast
also serve this station. On early weekend mornings and late evenings, a few local trains direct to/from Southeast stop here as well.
New Haven Line
Most service is provided by Grand Central Terminal to Stamford
locals. These trains run at least approximately every half-hour, on weekdays and Saturdays, and hourly on Sundays. A few locals to and from Harrison stop here throughout the day on weekdays. Reverse peak through trains to and from New Haven
also serve this... Read More