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Exton, PA (EXT)


Station Facts

Exton, PA Station Photo

Exton, Pennsylvania

425 Walkertown Road US 30/Route 100 (Pottstown Pike) interchange Exton, PA 19341

Annual Station Revenue (2013)
$2,629,551
Annual Station Ridership (2013)
113,499

Ownerships

Facility Ownership Amtrak - The station is leased to SEPTA.
Parking Lot Ownership Amtrak - The parking lot is leased to SEPTA.
Platform Ownership Amtrak
Track Ownership Amtrak

Features

424 Short Term Parking Spaces Accessible Payphones Accessible Platform
Dedicated Parking High Platform Pay Phones

Routes Served

  • Keystone Service

Contact

Bill Hollister
Regional Contact
governmentaffairsnyc@amtrak.com
(202) 906-3918 (ph)

Local Community Links:

Station History

The stop in Exton is a shelter on a platform. This station serves Amtrak, SEPTA commuter rail and bus and a local transit bus company.

Folklore tells us that the city may have been named after an “x” on a map denoting the interchange of US 30 and Route 100.

Amtrak does not provide ticketing or baggage services at this station, which is served by an average of 23 daily trains.

Amtrak's Keystone Service is financed in part through funds made available by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.