SEPTA updated citizens today on its plans for the King of Prussia Rail project that could cost as much as $650 million. It plans to add stops to the Norristown high-speed line to serve a community now consumed by traffic.
At its public meeting at the Radisson Hotel at the Valley Forge Casino, Byron Comati director of strategic planning for SEPTA, laid out three possible routes for the new extension: a PECO utility corridor, along Route 202 and along the Pennsylvania Turnpike. (Check out the accompanying map to see all the route alternatives.)
"There is so much automobile traffic in that neck of the woods," said Comati, "and getting there from Center City Philadelphia and other points in region is challenging if you have to use the Schuylkill Expressway." Read more about this story on PBJ.com
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