Track side of Bethel station
|Location||13 Durant Avenue, Bethel, Connecticut|
|Owned by||Connecticut Department of Transportation|
|Operated by||Town of Bethel|
|Platforms||1 side platform|
|Connections||Housatonic Area Regional Transit: 5|
|Rank||96 of 124|
The current station on Durant Avenue was built in 1996 and supersedes the previous station on Depot Place that had been used from 1899 to 1996, which itself replaced a station that was built by the Danbury and Norwalk Railroad in 1852 and burned down in 1898. The old station is still standing, but trains no longer stop at it. The building subsequently became a bicycle shop, but is now a brewery.
This station has one five-car-long high-level side platform to the east of the track. The Danbury Branch has one track at this location.:28 The station has 197 parking spaces, all owned by the state. Most of these are permit spaces, but there is also metered parking available. There is a bike rack next to the station. The station building is open during rush hours and has a bakery, seating area, and restroom, but no ticket machines. The station is operated by the town of Bethel, though it is owned by ConnDOT.
|Track 1|| Danbury Branch toward South Norwalk or Grand Central (Redding)|
|Side platform, doors will open on the left or right|
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