- SEPTA Regional Rail
- Airport Line connecting Central Philadelphia with Philadelphia International Airport in Philadelphia and Delaware Counties.
- Wilmington/Newark Line connecting the Wilmington, DE area (with limited weekday service to Newark, DE), via Chester City and Delaware County.
- Warminster Line serving southeastern Montgomery County.
- West Trenton Line connecting Central Philadelphia northern to the Trenton, NJ area, serving Bucks County, PA between Jenkintown, PA and Yardley, PA, with the final stop in Ewing, NJ.
- Media/Elwyn Line connecting Philadelphia to central Delaware County.
- Paoli/Thorndale Line connecting Philadelphia with the affluent Main Line area and western Chester County near Coatesville.
- Lansdale/Doylestown Line connecting Philadelphia with Lansdale in central Montgomery County and Doylestown in Bucks County.
- Manayunk/Norristown Line connecting Philadelphia with Conshohocken and Norristown in Montgomery County.
- Cynwyd Line connecting Philadelphia with Bala Cynwyd on the Philadelphia/Montgomery County line (limited weekday service)
- Trenton Line connecting Philadelphia to the Trenton, NJ, serving Bucks County.
- Fox Chase Line connecting Central Philadelphia with Fox Chase area in Philadelphia.
- Chestnut Hill East Line and Chestnut Hill West Line connecting Central Philadelphia with Chestnut Hill area of the city.
- New Jersey Transit
- Atlantic City Line connecting Philadelphia to Atlantic City, NJ with connections to PATCO Speedline in Lindenwold, NJ.
- River Line connecting Camden (NJ) to Trenton (NJ) running along the east bank of the Delaware River.
- Penn Line connecting Perryville, MD to Baltimore, MD and Washington D.C., and in the future will connect to SEPTA at Newark, DE.
- PATCO Speedline connecting Philadelphia to Lindenwold, NJ in Camden County with connections to NJT's Atlantic City Line.
Other articles related to "commuter rail, commuter, rail":
... higher ridership per capita than US 'commuter rail' in the usual sense of the term ... To some US observers these networks may appear to operate as commuter/metro hybrids, however, they are simply the result of full utilisation of the available track capacity in the core of the ... per capita exceeds the sum of metro and commuter rail in comparable North American urban areas such as Toronto, Boston or the San Francisco Bay Area ...
... Suburban rail was first proposed for Bangalore in 2007 ... According to Rail Indian Technical and Economic Services (RITES), commuter rail costs less than rapid transit systems ... It costs between 15 crore and Rs 20 crore per kilometre for a commuter rail system while metro rail would cost 250 crore and monorail 175 crore per km ...
... The station is the southern terminus of the Trøndelag Commuter Rail, the commuter rail between Steinkjer and Trondheim ... Preceding station Local trains Following station — Trøndelag Commuter Rail Marienborg Coordinates 63°24′49.162″N 10°24′26.330″E / 63.41365611°N 10.4073139°E / 63.41365611 10.407313 ...
... Stockholm Transport (SL) on the Stockholm commuter rail. 49 similar X11 units were delivered for the Skåne Commuter Rail and the Gothenburg Commuter Rail ...
... includes the following from METRO's website Nearly 30 miles (48 km) of Light Rail Transit - 10 miles (16 km) known as University Line from Hillcroft to the University of. 28 Miles of Commuter Rail Transit (CRT) - along US-290 from Cypress Park Ride to Intermodal Facility and along US-90A from Missouri City to Fannin South Park Ride/Rail Station and along Texas 3 to Galveston ... As explained above, though, commuter rail appears to be out of the question for now regarding the US-90A route ...
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