Cortlandt station

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A complex brick building with pointed green roofs and a large sign in the middle saying "Cortlandt Station"
Entrance to the new station building
Location 2 Memorial Drive
Montrose, New York, 10548
Coordinates 41°14′49″N 73°55′24″W / 41.2470°N 73.9232°W / 41.2470; -73.9232Coordinates: 41°14′49″N 73°55′24″W / 41.2470°N 73.9232°W / 41.2470; -73.9232
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 3
Connections Local Transit Bee-Line Bus System: 14
Parking 886 spaces
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Fare zone 6
Opened 1996[1]
Preceding station   MTA NYC logo.svg Metro-North Railroad   Following station
Hudson Line
toward Poughkeepsie

The Cortlandt Metro-North Railroad station serves residents of Montrose, New York via the Hudson Line. Trains leave for New York City every hour on weekdays, and about every 25 minutes during rush hour. It is 38.4 miles (61.8 km) from Grand Central Terminal and travel time to Grand Central is about 62 minutes.

Cortlandt is the second newest station on the Hudson Line (and seventh newest on the Metro-North system). It opened in April 1996, replacing the Montrose and Crugers stations at a point midway between them.[1] Cortlandt is the first station north of Croton–Harmon, where electrification begins southbound.

On February 15, 2012, Metro-North completed the expansion project of the station. The new facility includes an overpass extension that ties the original station east of the tracks with a new entrance on the west side off NY 9A, new parking and a landscaped, canopy-covered, intermodal drop-off plaza. The new overpass has a spacious, heated waiting area with numerous benches and a coffee concession.[2]

Station layout[edit]

This station has one six-car-long high-level island platform.

M Mezzanine Exit/entrance, platform crossover, station house, parking
Platform level
Track 4 Empire Corridor trains do not stop here
Track 2 Hudson Line toward Grand Central (Croton–Harmon)
Island platform, doors will open on the left Handicapped/disabled access
Track 1 Hudson Line toward Poughkeepsie (Peekskill)
Empire Corridor trains do not stop here →


  1. ^ a b Hershenson, Roberta (September 8, 1996). "Cortlandt Welcomes New Train Station". The New York Times. Retrieved April 12, 2011.
  2. ^ New Cortlandt Station Expansion Is Complete, retrieved 12 December 2011

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External links[edit]

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