Fox Chase station

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SEPTA.svg Fox Chase
SEPTA Regional Rail station
Fox Chase SEPTA station.jpg
Fox Chase Station, December 2012
Location 442 Rhawn Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19111
Coordinates 40°04′36″N 75°04′57″W / 40.076643°N 75.082487°W / 40.076643; -75.082487Coordinates: 40°04′36″N 75°04′57″W / 40.076643°N 75.082487°W / 40.076643; -75.082487
Owned by SEPTA
Line(s)
Platforms 2 Spanish solution (2 side platforms, 1 island platform)
Tracks 2
Connections City Bus SEPTA City Bus: 18, 24, 28
Construction
Parking 342 Spaces
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Fare zone 2
Electrified Yes
Services
Preceding station   SEPTA.svg SEPTA   Following station
Fox Chase Line Terminus
  Former services  
SEPTA.svg SEPTA
Newtown Line
(closed 1983)
toward Newtown
Reading Railroad
toward Cheltenham
Newtown Branch
toward Newtown

Fox Chase station is a SEPTA Regional Rail station in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Located near the intersection of Rhawn Street and Rockwell Avenue in the Fox Chase neighborhood, it is the current terminus of the Fox Chase Line. Fox Chase Station, which has the largest number of parking spaces of any on the line (342), is the closest regional rail stop Philadelphia's Fox Chase, Bustleton, and Pine Valley areas, and to Rockledge and Huntingdon Valley in Montgomery County. SEPTA rebuilt the station area and ticket office in Summer 2010, using funds provided by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.[1] In FY 2013, Fox Chase station was the ninth busiest station, with a weekday average of 1378 boardings and 1327 alightings.[2]

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