South Attleboro station

Commuter rail station in Attleboro, Massachusetts

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South Attleboro
A purple and silver passenger trian with a diesel locomotive arriving at a station
An outbound train arrives at South Attleboro in June 2013
Location1315 Newport Avenue
Attleboro, Massachusetts
Coordinates41°53′51″N 71°21′21″W / 41.8976°N 71.3558°W / 41.8976; -71.3558Coordinates: 41°53′51″N 71°21′21″W / 41.8976°N 71.3558°W / 41.8976; -71.3558
Line(s)Northeast Corridor
Platforms2 side platforms
ConnectionsBus transport GATRA: 16
City Bus RIPTA: 1, 35
Parking579 spaces ($6.00 fee)[1]
Bicycle facilities2 spaces
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Fare zone7
OpenedJune 20, 1990
20181,144 (weekday average boardings)[2]
Preceding station MBTA.svg MBTA Following station
Providence Providence/​Stoughton Line Attleboro
Providence/​Stoughton Line
(Special events)
toward Foxboro

South Attleboro station is an MBTA Commuter Rail Providence/Stoughton Line station in Attleboro, Massachusetts. It is located under Newport Avenue (Route 1A) in the South Attleboro neighborhood, just north of the Rhode Island border. The station has two side platforms serving the two tracks of the Northeast Corridor, connected by a footbridge to a park-and-ride lot.

Construction of the station was approved in 1987 and completed the next year. Opening was delayed by a dispute between the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) and the Massachusetts Architectural Access Board (MAAB) because the station was not accessible. After the MBTA and MAAB reached an agreement on the length of accessible platforms, the station opened in June 1990. The footbridge is in poor condition, with two sets of stairs closed off. The MBTA issued a contract for design of station improvements, including a new footbridge with elevators, in 2020.

  1. ^ "South Attleboro". Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. Retrieved October 12, 2020.
  2. ^ Central Transportation Planning Staff (2019). "2018 Commuter Rail Counts". Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.

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