inter-city rail station|
MARC commuter rail station
rapid transit station
A Metro train at New Carrollton station in May 2010
|Location||4700 Garden City Drive (Metro)|
4300 Garden City Drive (Amtrak)
New Carrollton, Maryland
NEW CARROLLTON (WASHINGTON METRO) Latitude and Longitude:
|Owned by||Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Amtrak|
|Platforms||2 island platforms (1 for each service)|
|Tracks||2 (Washington Metro) |
Metrobus: 87, B21, B22, B24, B27, B29, C28, F4, F6, F12, F13, F14, G12, G14, T14, T18|
MTA Maryland Commuter Bus
TheBus: 15X, 16, 21, 21X
Peter Pan Bus Lines
|Bicycle facilities||18 racks, 16 lockers (Metro)|
|Station code||NCR (Amtrak)|
|Opened||November 30, 1978 (Metro)|
October 30, 1983 (Amtrak and Conrail)
|Passengers (2017)||176,409 annually  1.79% (Amtrak)|
|Passengers (2017)||3,691 daily  47.2% (Metro)|
New Carrollton is a joint Washington Metro, MARC, and Amtrak station in New Carrollton, Prince George's County, Maryland located at the eastern end of the Metro's Orange Line. The station will also serve as the eastern terminus of the Purple Line, currently under construction, and is adjacent to the Capital Beltway.
Greyhound, a nationwide intercity bus company, also stops at the station on routes serving Richmond, Washington, Philadelphia, New York City, Pittsburgh, and points beyond.  Peter Pan Bus Lines also serves the station. 
The New Carrollton station is the third station in the area to serve rail traffic.
On November 20, 1978, the Washington Metro opened its New Carrollton station, along with the Cheverly, Deanwood, Landover, and Minnesota Avenue stations, marking the completion of 7.4 miles (11.9 km) of Metro track northeast from the Stadium–Armory station.   
In August 1982, Conrail commuter trains (later AMDOT, then the MARC Penn Line) began stopping at Capital Beltway station; the Lanham and Landover stations were closed.  On October 30, 1983, Amtrak and AMDOT moved from Capital Beltway to a new island platform and waiting room at New Carrollton station.   
Until 2003, some Acela Express trains stopped at New Carrollton.
In October 2015, the Palmetto began stopping in New Carrollton.
At New Carrollton, the Northeast Corridor consists of three tracks. The westernmost two tracks (Tracks 2 and 3) have an island platform between them, with Track 1 having no platform. To the east of the Amtrak platform is the Metro platform, serving the Orange Line. Bus loops and parking lots are located on both sides of the rail line.
Long-term plans for the New Carrollton station include adding a second island platform (providing access to Track 1) and adding a fourth track. 
Amtrak Northeast Corridor services toward points south (
← MARC Penn Line toward Washington, DC (Terminus)
|Island platform, doors will open on the left|
|Track 2||MARC Penn Line toward
Martin Airport or
Amtrak Northeast Corridor services toward points north ( BWI Marshall Airport) →
|Track 1||← Amtrak Northeast Corridor services, MARC Penn Line do not stop here →|
alighting passengers only
|Island platform, doors will open on the left or right|
alighting passengers only
|M||Mezzanine||One-way faregates, ticket machines, station agent|
|G||Street level||Exit/entrance and parking|
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- New Carrollton, MD – Hyattsville Amtrak Station
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- "Commuter Trains' New Stop: Beltway Station". Washington Post. August 11, 1982. p. MD11 – via Proquest Historical Newspapers. (Subscription required (help)).
- "Metro Parking Spots Rented to Amtrak For Temporary Use at New Carrollton". Washington Post. October 28, 1983. p. C12 – via Proquest Historical Newspapers. (Subscription required (help)).
- "New New Carrollton station". Amtrak. 1983.
- "MARC Growth & Investment Plan" (PDF).
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