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No. 15: Ridgefield
You're least likely to find a packed singles train pulling out of the Branchville station in Ridgefield. A total of 26.8 percent of the town's population over the age of 15 is unattached, including 26.9 percent of men and 26.8 percent of women.
The Branchville train station is in Ridgefield Friday, Feb. 3, 2012.
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No. 14: Darien
Looking for love at Darien Station? Keep looking -- it's near the bottom of the list. A total of 26.9 percent of the town's population over the age of 15 is unattached, including 26.9 percent of men and 26.9 percent of women.
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No. 13: Wilton
Cannondale and Wilton Stations aren't great bets for match making. A total of 27.4 percent of the town's population over the age of 15 is unattached, including 26.2 percent of men and 28.2 percent of women.
The Metro-North train station is located at 7 Station Road, Wilton, Conn. 06897. Photographed on Sunday, Feb. 17, 2013.
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No. 12: Westport
Westport's getting warmer. A total of 29.5 percent of the town's population over the age of 15 is unattached, including 27.8 percent of men and 37.1 percent of women.
No. 11: New Canaan
Searching for love at this station is like trying to find love in a hopeless place. Only 29.6 percent of the town's population over the age of 15 is unattached, including 28.9 percent of men and 30.2 percent of women.
Michael Duffy / ST
No. 10: Bethel
Riders in this town have the 10th best shot of finding love on the rails. A total of 31.9 percent of the town's population over the age of 15 is unattached, including 33.1 percent of men and 30.6 percent of women.
Carol Kaliff / Carol Kaliff
No. 9: Redding
Redding riders have the ninth highest chance of meeting a match on the train. A total of 32.7 percent of the town's population over the age of 15 is unattached, including 33.5 percent of men and 31.9 percent of women.
Passengers wait to board the 7:38 a.m. train bound for New York City at the West Redding train station Wednesday morning.
Photo taken Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012.
Bob Luckey / Bob Luckey
No. 8: Greenwich
With four railstations, there are ample opportunities to find the one aboard a train in Greenwich, where 33.6 percent of the town's population over the age of 15 is unattached, including 33.2 percent of men and 33.9 percent of women.
Parking at the Old Greenwich train station Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012. The state Department of Transportation is slated to replace the bridge sometime next year. Residents are concerned how the project will affect traffic and parking in the area.
Cathy Zuraw / Cathy Zuraw
No. 7: Fairfield
This town has the seventh highest percent of singles of all Southwestern Connecticut towns with rail stations. A total of 38.4 percent of the town's population over the age of 15 is unattached, including 37.8 percent of men and 38.9 percent of women.
Commuters wait for the NY bound train at the station in downtown Fairfield, Conn. on Friday, Feb. 8, 2013. Aaron Donovan, spokesman for Metro-North said to expect more trains leaving Grand Central Station on Metro-North lines this afternoon and fewer on the tracks after 5 p.m., when FridayâÄôs norâÄôeaster is at its worst.
Christian Abraham / Christian Abraham
No. 6: Milford
There's nothing wrong with hanging out on the train a few stops after you're supposed to get off, right? If you hang on until Milford, you'll see a city with 38.9 percent of its population over the age of 15 unattached, including 40.9 percent of men and 37.0 percent of women.
Jack Rabid, of Brooklyn, NY, and his son Jim, 3, at the train station in Milford, Conn. on Tuesday November 1, 2011.
Ned Gerard / ST
No. 5: Stratford
Here, you'll find a metro stop with doors opening to the town with the New Haven Line's fifth highest percent of unattached adults. A total of 40.9 percent of the town's population over the age of 15 is unattached, including 41.3 percent of men and 40.7 percent of women.
The Waterbury branch train travels east through the Stratford train station as Michael Stowe with Stratford, Conn. public works to shovel the platform Feb. 1st, 2011.
ANDREW SULLIVAN / ST
No. 4: Norwalk
Searching for love? Hop aboard in SoNo. A total of 42.5 percent of Norwalk's population over the age of 15 is unattached, including 42.6 percent of men and 42.4 percent of women.
Norwalk_113007_Two weeks into a new program that encourages commuters to call ahead and check on parking availability at the South Norwalk Railroad station, commuters are honking their horns in approval. Anyone can call the new hotline to find out if the SoNo train stations parking garage is full. If it is, permit-holders can then use their access cards park at the nearby Webster Street parking lot. Andrew Sullivan/Staff photo Staff Photo Andrew Sullivan
Lindsay Perry / Lindsay Perry
No. 3: Stamford
The odds are good in The City That Works. A total of 44.2 percent of Stamford's population over the age of 15 is unattached, including 46.1 percent of men and 42.3 percent of women.
Passengers stand on the platform at Stamford's train station as their east-bound train waits for a rail bridge in Norwalk to be repaired after it was stuck in the up position on Friday, June 14, 2013.
Carol Kaliff / Carol Kaliff
No. 2: Danbury
Full steam ahead to the end of the Danbury line. Singles aboard the train would have a good luck in special singles cars here. A total of 44.9 percent of the town's population over the age of 15 is unattached, including 45.5 percent of men and 44.6 percent of women.
Passengers arrive at the Danbury Train Station on an evening commuter train from Grand Central Station in New York, Monday, May 20, 2013.
Cathy Zuraw / Cathy Zuraw
No. 1: Bridgeport
Looking for love on the train? You've got a great shot if you're hopping aboard in the Park City, where 58.4 percent of adults over the age of 15 are unattached, including 59.3 percent of men and 57.6 percent of women.
Commuters catching the morning trains from Bridgeport, Conn. to Grand Central Station on Monday Feb. 11, 2013, had their choice of seats as the cars were nearly empty. Futher down the line toward Stamford, they started to fill up as service was limited and mostly local.