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Staten Island Railway

New Arthur Kill Station

The Arthur Kill Station represents a modern upgrade to the Staten Island Railway system, as well as our efforts to continually improve your riding experience. As part of this new station project, Nassau and Atlantic stations will be permanently closed. The brand-new Arthur Kill Station is located on Arthur Kill Rd, between Lion St and Barnard Av.

New Station Features:

  • ADA-compliant ramps leading to full-length platforms
  • Windscreens, canopies and an enclosed pedestrian overpass to access both platforms for all-weather protection
  • Artwork in the windscreens at the top of both towers and in the overpass by artist Jenna Lucente and commissioned by MTA Arts & Design. "Tottenville Sun, Tottenville Sky," consists of 28 large-scale laminated glass panels featuring a mix of wildlife and landscape scenes that are unique to the area's geography and community
  • Surveillance cameras at platform off-hour waiting areas
  • A 150 car park-and-ride lot, across the street
  • Convenient intermodal connectivity between NYC Transit Buses and Staten Island Railway trains.




 
 
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