Grafton Railway Station
|Auckland Transport Urban rail|
Overview of Grafton Station from Khyber Pass Rd towards Park Rd (a few days after opening)
|Location||Between Khyber Pass Road and Park Road, Grafton, Auckland
|Owned by||KiwiRail Network and Auckland Transport|
|Bicycle facilities||Cycle racks on Park Road|
Grafton Railway Station is a station on the Western Line of Auckland's commuter rail network. Costing $3 million to construct, it was officially opened on 9 April 2010, and the first trains stopped at the station on 11 April.
The station has four entrances, as its length extends under both Khyber Pass Road and Park Road, making stairs to all four sides of the roads possible. There is also a lift to Park Road, which also directly links the station to the Central Connector bus route on that road. One of the entrances is beside St Peter's College and students have direct access without having to crossing Khyber Pass Road. Up to a third of the St Peter's College's enrolment (i.e. 400 students) use the Grafton station in the morning and in the afternoon on school days.
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