Haddonfield (PATCO station)
|PATCO Speedline station|
New Jersey Transit's Atlantic City Line passes through Haddonfield Station without stopping.
|Location||Washington Ave & Kings Hwy
Haddonfield, New Jersey
|Owned by||Delaware River Port Authority|
|Platforms||1 island platform|
|Connections|| NJT Buses
451, 455, 457
|Parking||1021 spaces|
|Opened||February 15, 1969|
|Electrified||600 volts DC (PATCO only)|
Haddonfield is a station on the PATCO Speedline rapid transit system. The station is located in the Borough of Haddonfield, New Jersey, United States. It is 400 feet from historic Kings Highway (New Jersey Route 41).
Haddonfield is a two-level station. Ticketing and fare control are located on the upper level, which is at street level. Tickets are bought from vending machines and there is a ticket counter which is open during peak times. This level also features benches and a display case.
After passing through the fare control area, passengers go down to the lower level platform by stair or escalator (there is no elevator). The island platform is located in a large concrete trench below street level. Besides the two tracks for PATCO, a third track runs through the station, but is not accessible from the platform. This track is mainly for New Jersey Transit's Atlantic City Line.
Haddonfield also serves as a park and ride station.
|New Jersey Transit||← Atlantic City Line does not stop here →|
|Westbound||← PATCO toward 15–16th & Locust (Westmont)|
|Island platform, doors will open on the left|
|Eastbound||→ PATCO toward Lindenwold (Woodcrest) →|
- National Railway Historical Society, Philadelphia Chapter: PATCO History
- nycsubway.org: PATCO High-Speed Line