Kildedal station is a station on the Frederikssund radial of the S-train network in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The station opened on November 25, 2000 in expectation of nearby urban development. It is still surrounded mostly by fields and has failed to attract any significant number of passengers. Since September 23, 2007 trains only stop at Kildedal on Monday through Saturday in the periods when service C is extended from Ballerup to Frederikssund. It was the only S-train station not to have service every day of the week. Since December 2012, this station has restored weekend service, and no train stops there on weekday evenings.
Weekday traffic stops here to unload employees who work in a nearby industrial park area, which is the site of the head offices and production facilities and of companies which include Oticon, Falck, Eva Denmark, Cidex, Formula Tryxager, Vangsgaard and Novo Nordisk.
Quiet parking lot on the south side of the station, with the Oticon
building in the background