Marble Hill station

in New York, United States

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150 W 225th St, Bronx, NY 10463, USA
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N40° 52' 27.48" W73° 54' 39.24"   (40.8743, -73.9109)
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The Marble Hill Metro-North Railroad station serves the Marble Hill neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City via the Hudson Line of the railroad. The station is located at 1 West 225th Street, two blocks west of the Broadway Bridge on the north side of the Harlem River, near the Marble Hill–225th Street station (1 train) on the IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line of the New York City Subway. The station is 9.8 miles (15.8 km) from Grand Central Terminal and travel time to Grand Central is about 20 minutes.
The Marble Hill station is frequently used by commuters going to and from the Manhattan neighborhoods of the Upper West Side, Washington Heights, Hudson Heights and Inwood; about a third of the station's daily ridership disembarks at Marble Hill to transfer to the subway. With the easy subway transfer, albeit up a number of flights of stairs, many commuters choose to save money in exchange for a slightly longer commute, thus avoiding the additional cost of taking the trains directly into Grand Central Terminal or Harlem–125th Street.
Marble Hill used to be one of four express stations on the Hudson Line south of Croton–Harmon; most trains stopped there, except for peak-hour trains to and from Poughkeepsie. However, as of November 9, 2014, the only express trains that stop there are a few reverse peak trains in the morning, though most trains originating in or terminating at Croton do stop at the station.


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Marble Hill station

Address: 150 W 225th St, Bronx, NY 10463, USA