Hours -Open 24-hours, daily
Prices -Ticket prices vary depending on travel distance
- Food court
- Commuter rail travel
- Free Wi-Fi
- Northeast regional rail travel
History of StationThe station was completed in 1933 when it served as the headquarters for the Pennsylvania Railroad, as well as serving as a major rail transit hub for the Northeast corridor of the United States. The station featured unique and innovative services and features including an electronic intercom, a pneumatic tube system for transporting documents throughout the station, and roof built to withstand the landing of small aircraft. In 1991, the Art Deco station was restored to its full glory and today it's Amtrak's third busiest station in the United States.
Parking Availability at the StationThe station has 155 short-term parking spaces and 1,700 long-term spaces for overnight parking. The station also features dedicated accessible parking and a parking attendant is on duty.
Map/DirectionsDriving Direction to 30th Street Station