Rachel went and checked out the status of Fairfield Metro. With 1,500 parking spots it looks like there is still room for more commuters. If you are tired of circling the Fairfield Train Station, frustrated at the lack of spots in the morning, why not try Fairfield Metro?
Fairfield Metro Station begin running on December 5, 2011. The train here stops 3 minutes before it stops at the other Fairfield train station downtown. This new train station has added more jobs to our town. The staff at the new station has created a very friendly environment and they say that they love working together. Fairfield Metro has many benefits that the other station does not. This new station is more modern, more self sufficient, and much more convenient to some citizens of Fairfield. Staff members did say though that the station could use vendors like the station downtown. Unlike Fairfield station, there are plenty of places to park at just $6 a day. There is no chance that you would have to park down the street to catch the train like at the downtown station. The staff and customers of this train station seem to love Fairfield Metro and encourage citizens to make the switch.
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