Table 3: Commuter Rail Stations at US Airline Airports
|Airport||State||Commuter Rail Operator||Link to Airport Terminals and Other Modes||Also Served by Intercity Rail|
|Burbank||CA||Metrolink||Airport Parking lot shuttle||Amtrak|
|Chicago O'Hare||IL||Metra||Airport Transit System train||No|
|South Bend||IN||South Shore Line||Station next to air terminal||No|
|Miami International||FL||Tri-Rail||Tri-Rail Airport Shuttle Bus||No|
|Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood||FL||Tri-Rail||Tri-Rail Airport Shuttle Bus||No|
|Baltimore/Washington Thurgood Marshall||MD||MARC||Airport Parking lot shuttle||Amtrak|
|Newark Liberty International||NJ||NJ Transit||Airport monorail system||Amtrak|
|Philadelphia International||PA||SEPTA||Four airport rail stations adjacent to each of the airline terminals||No|
NOTE: Commuter rail stations are those served by regional trains operating on the tracks of the national rail network. Subway and streetcar-type trains that serve airports (such as the Washington Metro at Ronald Reagan National Airport, Washington, DC or the Cleveland RTA Red Line at Cleveland, OH Hopkins Airport) are considered heavy and light rail sevice and will be examined in a subsequent report.
SOURCE: Intermodal Passenger Connectivity Database, U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administraton, Bureau of Transportation Statistics. Retrieved from http://www.bts.gov/ on October 8, 2010.