Stanton Northern Commuter
Terminals in Stanton
The commuter railway lines of Stanton are served from two companies. For the northern and western direction the Stanton Northern Commuter starts from the Union Station. For the southern and southwestern direction the Stanton Southern Link served its lines from the Southern Station.
From Union Station eight lines are starting, all of them run via the Station of Bronzeville and seven stop at Astera. Only the line to Wendover Park terminated inside the city boundaries, the other lines run into the neighbor-counties or in the state of Penquisset.
- B = Union Station - Bronzeville - Eppenham - Sloppers Junction - Delling Bridge.
- C = Union Station - Bronzeville - Astera - Plane-tree Hill - Groton (Penquisset)
- D = Union Station - Bronzeville - Astera - Plane-tree Hill - Tressenhurst - Clanston
- E = (Union Station) - Bronzeville - Astera - International Airport - Norton - Clanston
- F = Union Station - Bronzeville - Astera - International Airport - Norton - Savoy (Penquisset)
- G = Union Station - Bronzeville - Astera - International Airport - Newburyport (Penquisset)
- H = Union Station - Bronzeville - Astera - Foxhill - Wendover Park
- J = Union Station - Bronzeville - Astera - Foxhil - Sawtelle (Penquisset)
One more line with signal "K" start in Bronzeville and run via Sloddy and Warwick Landing to Warwick (Penquisset)
Line "E" out of peak hours will terminated in Bronzeville
At Sloppers Junction you can choose, if you will reach the Union station or the Southern Station with a commuter railway.
In last time planes are made, to stop the service of line "H" to Wendover Park and take over this service to the prolongated subway line 9, to give a direct way to downtown Stanton. This will help to avoid overcrowding the tracks with trains in the peak hours between Astera and Union Station.
Both station are connected with the line "A", the "City Loop" - the green line on the graphic. The "City-Loop" serves in first line the neighborhoods on its way and connected them with both stations. This line is served from both companies.
To get on short way from Union Station to Southern Station it is better to take subway-line 10. Planes are made, to connect both main railway stations with a tunnel with 4 tracks for the commuter-lines parallel to subway-line 10 with a stop at 19th Street. Then the terminating lines of both companies can be bound through. The subway-line 10 then will be not more so heavy overcrowded and commuter-passengers save time, to get in midtown Manheart. The costs are estimated with 4 000 000 000 $.
Between the national and the international airports a special connection is in use with trains to carry more luggage as usual. This line can be seen in yellow on the map. This "Airport-Shuttle" is a special offer for airplane passengers, changing from an inlandflight to international destinations and vice-versa. This line can be used with the metro-card of Stanton. This trains dayover run all 30 minutes. Between Avenue E and Preston this trains use own tracks without stop at Bronzeville. You may carry with you so many luggage as you can carry, because this trains allow to store more luggage as the other commuter-trains in Stanton. To get from the both airports to the city with the "blue" or "red" lines, you can use the regulary Metro-card or the normal single-ride-ticket to 2.75 $, because both airports are in the city limits. From the national airport runs a line to the Southern Station and from the international airport you get at Union Station to the inner city.
A line of an independen company to Warwick is the SWC, the Stanton Warwick Connector with a short and direct connectoin between Stanton and Warwick in the state of Penquisset. Beause a railway-line to Warwick will make a great bow via Astoria and Bronzeville, this line connected the cities of Stanton and Warwick on a direct way with a tunnel beneath the bay between the inner city of Stanton and Bruchlinie.
Inside the city limits of Stanton you can ride with the normal Metro-Card (see Stanton Subway), outside of the town the fare is bound at the distance. Sure to the both railwy stations the commuter trains are faster as the subway, but in the peakhours the commuter-trains easy are overcrowded.