Katonah (Metro-North station)

Katonah (Metro-North Station)


Katonah (Metro-North station)

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The Katonah Metro-North station serves the residents of the Westchester County village of Katonah, New York, via the Harlem Line. It is 41.2 miles (66 km) to Grand Central and the average travel time to Grand Central is one hour, six minutes.

This station is located in the Zone 6 Metro-North fare zone.

As is the case with Brewster, Katonah is not far from the Connecticut border and sees a sizeable amount of commuters from Ridgefield using Katonah for commuting as opposed to the Danbury Branch of the New Haven Line given that Katonah gives a faster, direct trip to Grand Central. Similarly, Housatonic Area Regional Transit has a shuttle connecting Ridgefield to Katonah station during peak hours which also connects to Bee-Line Route 19 to Ossining.

Also like Brewster, the station is adjacent to a grade crossing, just south of the station. It remains closed the entire time a southbound train is at the station. Similar to both Brewster and Croton Falls, it is right in the village's downtown business district.

Platform and track configuration

This station has one eight-car-long high-level island platform serving trains in both directions. The Harlem Line has two tracks at this location.


The original depot at Katonah was moved from its location in "Old Katonah" in 1897, prior to the flooding of the Croton River valley for the New Croton Reservoir, which is today a private residence in the village of Katonah. A second station...
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