|SEPTA regional rail|
The station at Langhorne in February 2012 from the abandoned outbound platform. The new station depot, constructed in 2010, is visible on the inbound platform.
|Location||Bellevue (PA 413) & Comly Avenues
Langhorne, PA, 19047
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Connections||SEPTA City Bus: 14
SEPTA Suburban Bus: 127, 129, 130
|Parking||236 Free/123 with Permits|
|Bicycle facilities||3 racks|
Langhorne station is a station along the SEPTA West Trenton Line to Ewing, New Jersey, United States. It is located at Bellevue (PA 413) & Comly Avenues in Penndel, Pennsylvania. The station has off-street parking, a ticket office, and bicycle racks. In FY 2013, Langhorne station had a weekday average of 643 boardings and 688 alightings.
Langhorne station was originally built by the Reading Railroad in 1881. On May 29, 2009, SEPTA announced a $2.3 million plan to replace the existing station. On April 6, 2010, the original station was demolished in order to make room for its replacement.
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