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Construction Closes SEPTA's Villanova Station on Norristown High Speed Line for Weeks

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Main Line SEPTA Station Closed for Weeks

    Starting Monday morning, Villanova Station on SEPTA's Norristown High Speed Line will be closed to finish university construction. Riders are encouraged to use Stadium Station, a short distance from the Villanova stop, which will reopen in December. (Published Monday, Oct. 30, 2017)

    If you take the Norristown High Speed Line to and from Villanova Station, you should rethink your travel plans.

    Starting Monday, the NHSL will not make stops at Villanova Station due to ongoing construction by the University. The stop will be closed until Sunday, Dec. 10 as workers connect the existing pedestrian overpass to a new bridge and walkway.

    The University sent out a reminder to faculty and students to change their commute plans for the upcoming weeks.

    Riders are advised to use Stadium Station on S Ithan Ave., a 0,2-mile walk from Villanova Station. All other NHSL stops and the Villanova Station on the Paoli/Thorndale Regional Rail Line will run on the normal schedule.