Suburban Station facts for kids
SEPTA Regional Rail commuter station
Front entrance of Suburban Station
|Address||16th Street & JFK Boulevard
|Lines||SEPTA Regional Rail: Airport Line Chestnut Hill East Line Chestnut Hill West Line Cynwyd Line Fox Chase Line Lansdale/Doylestown Line Manayunk/Norristown Line Media/Elwyn LinePaoli/Thorndale Line Trenton Line Warminster Line West Trenton Line Wilmington/Newark Line|
|Connections|| Broad Street Line at City Hall Market–Frankford Line at 15th StreetSEPTA City Bus: 2, 17, 27, 31, 32, 33, 38, 44, 48, 62, 121, C Subway–Surface Trolleys All Routes
SEPTA Suburban Buses: 124, 125
|Platforms||5 island platforms|
|Opened||September 28, 1930|
|Rebuilt||January 9, 2007 (completion)|
|Owned by||Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority|
Suburban Station is one of the core SEPTA Regional Rail stations in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is part of the Center City Commuter Connection. It is at 16th Street and JFK Boulevard. It was built by the Pennsylvania Railroad to replace the old Broad Street Station. It officially opened on September 28, 1930. Suburban Station originally had eight tracks and four platforms, until the Center City Commuter Connection extended the tracks to the newer Market East Station. It also added another platform.
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