This page has been written for people in western Massachusetts who are interested in using the Windsor Locks station in northern Connecticut. For more general information please visit the Hartford Line website.
Windsor Locks station
corner of South Main Street and Stanton Road | Windsor Locks, CT
The station is about 15 miles south of Springfield and is right off Interstate 91 at Exit 42.
People living near Connecticut — as example, in Agawam and Longmeadow — should consider using this station instead of Springfield to save some time and money, since there is no cost to park at this station.
Passenger rail service
• Springfield – Windsor Locks – Hartford – New Haven
Operated by Amtrak and CTrail
Springfield – Windsor Locks – NYC – Washington, DC – Virginia
Greenfield – Springfield – Windsor Locks – New Haven1
Vermont – Springfield – Windsor Locks – NYC – Washington
1 With scheduled connections in New Haven.
Tickets | purchase your Hartford Line ticket from the CTrail ticket vending machine adjacent to the platform station. These tickets are valid on any Amtrak or CTrail train from Windsor Locks, except Amtrak’s Vermonter.
There are 30 parking spaces, with dedicated accessible parking also available.
Parking is free at this station.
Planned new station
The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) is moving ahead with plans to build a new train station in the town of Windsor Locks.
The new station, which would replace the current Amtrak-owned station at the south end of town, will be located just to the north of the historic station building on Main Street.
The new station is important for western Mass for two reasons —
- Windsor Locks is the station of choice for people living in Agawam and Longmeadow, since driving north (to Springfield) to catch a train headed south doesn’t make much sense, and
- This new station will be the transfer point for a new dedicated shuttle bus connection between the Hartford Line and Bradley Airport.
Windsor Locks station | Hartford Line
Page last updated: November 14, 2019
Page last reviewed: June 19, 2018