SEPTA is analyzing future land use and potential connections at and around King of Prussia Rail Project's (KOP Rail) five planned stations, including sidewalks and trails. In Spring 2022, SEPTA held an open house series to hear from the community on they would like the area around the stations to be like in the future. Learn more about the spring 2022 open house series and view the open house materials on the Transit-Oriented Communities page.
SEPTA’s King of Prussia Rail Project (KOP Rail) will extend the existing Norristown High Speed Line (NHSL) 4 miles into King of Prussia (KOP), providing a high-speed, “one-seat” ride from any station along the NHSL, including the 69th Street Transportation Center in Upper Darby and the Norristown Transportation Center in Norristown.Why KOP Rail
KOP Rail continues to progress with Project Development activities. This work will continue through 2022 and includes supporting documentation, such as an evaluation of project delivery methods and a draft financial plan which will consider a wide range of potential funding sources.Learn the Latest
KOP Rail will connect Center City, University City, and KOP—the area’s three largest employment centers. Five stations are proposed along the route: one station and park-and-ride at Henderson Road; two stations north of KOP Mall; and two stations along Moore Park KOP (including a park-and-ride at the terminal station).
The current phase is funded through a federal earmark. Partial funding is anticipated through the Federal Transit Administration’s New Starts program. A 20-year Financial Plan, currently in development, will consider a wide range of future funding options. This could include state, regional, or county funding, private investment and innovative finance options.What is New Starts?
SEPTA provides opportunities for the public to learn more about the KOP Rail Project and to give input to the project team. Several public meetings have occurred throughout the process to date.Get Involved