World’s Largest And Busiest Railway Stations
Grand Central Terminal (United States)
The world's largest station in terms of platforms is Grand Central Terminal in New York City with 44 platforms.
As part of the East Side Access Project, the MTA will be adding 4 more platforms to accommodate future Long Island Rail Road trains.
Leipzig Hauptbahnhof (Germany)
Leipzig Hauptbahnhof is Europe's largest railway station by floor area. It has 24 platforms and several levels of shopping facilities.
Gare du Nord (France)
The Gare du Nord, in Paris, is Europe's largest railway station by number of platforms (44 - two not in service).
Berlin Hauptbahnhof (Germany)
Berlin Hauptbahnhof is Europe's largest grade-separated and two-level station (6 upper and 8 lower platforms).
Zurich Hauptbahnhof (Switzerland)
Zurich Hauptbahnhof, Switzerland, is Europe's busiest railway terminus by daily rail traffic.