Fairfield Metro Station
Fairfield Metro Station opened on December 5, 2011 and is located 1.8 miles east of the Fairfield Center Station. It is under the management of Fusco Management Company and is owned by the State of Connecticut. It is a 1.1 million square-foot commercial development and regional commuter rail station situated on 35 acres in Fairfield.
- Northbound on I-95 (From Westport) to Exit 23 to merge onto U.S.1 Kings Highway Cutoff toward Kings Highway. Turn right onto Grasmere Ave. Turn left onto Kings Highway East. Turn right onto Constant Comment Way.
- Southbound on I-95 (From Bridgeport) to Exit 24 toward Black Rock Turnpike. Turn left onto Chambers St. Turn right onto Commerce Drive. Turn left onto Kings Highway East. Turn left onto Constant Comment Way.
Parking is available for 1,500 cars. Both day parking and permit parking is available. Parking is free on weekdays after 5pm, weekends and major holidays.
For information about obtaining a parking permit please contact Fusco Management Company at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-603-5207.
||← New Haven Line toward Grand Central
||← Northeast Corridor services, New Haven Line express trains do not stop here
||Northeast Corridor services, New Haven Line express trains do not stop here →
New Haven Line toward New Haven or New Haven–State Street (Bridgeport) →
*According to the ADA Compliance Law one station in each town is required to be handicap accessible. The Fairfield Metro Station is fully handicap accessible with handicap ramps, elevators and platforms that lead directly to the train.
For more commuter information please visit the Rail Commuter Information web page. For specific questions about the Fairfield Metro Station contact Fusco Management Company at email@example.com or 203-603-5207.