Projects & Partners
Map of stops KOP Rail Connection options include 69th Street – transfer from Market-Frankford Line, Trolley or bus to NHSL, Radnor Station – transfer from Regional Rail to NHSL, and Norristown Transportation Center – transfer from Regional Rail or bus to NHSL.

Radnor Station - Located on the SEPTA Thorndale Regional Rail line, the Radnor Rail station is about a 0.5 mile, 10 minute walk to the Radnor Norristown High Speed Line station.

Norristown Transportation Center - Located in downtown Norristown, the NTC provides convenient connections between the Manayunk/Norristown Regional Rail line and the Norristown High Speed Line. DVRPC recently completed a Master Plan for the NTC, highlighting potential improvements to the area.

69th Street - Convenient transfer from Market-Frankford Line, Trolley or Bus to NHSL all within 69th Street Transportation Center.
SEPTA Rebuilding site

69th Street Transportation Center Parking Garage
This project will provide for the construction of a 425-space, fully accessible parking garage including pedestrian connections to the 69th Street Transportation Center. SEPTA will be evaluating public-private partnership (P3) options to advance this project at a lower cost to SEPTA. The 69th Street Transportation Center is an intermodal transportation facility which serves as a terminus for SEPTA customers using the Market-Frankford Line, the Norristown High Speed Line, Trolley Routes 101 & 102 and 17 SEPTA bus routes. Phase 1 of the project will address site and utility work within the project perimeter, as well as electrical facilities upgrade. Phase 2 will include the parking garage and pathways to the transportation center. The new garage facility would also provide parking for 69th Street Historic Shopping District customers, patrons of the Tower Theater and the AMC Theater on 69th Street during evenings and weekends located in Upper Darby, Delaware County.

69th Street Terminal West
This project provides for the rehabilitation of the Bus Terminal and Trolley Loop to provide an ADA compliant station with focus on energy efficiency. The project includes the installation of two “green roofs” and a “green” wall. The central passenger waiting area will be raised and light control shelves and fins will be installed to increase natural light and reduce energy use. Improvements to bus and trolley operations and pedestrian safety are included. Construction for this project was completed Winter 2016.

69th Street Bus Road Improvements
Work includes rehabilitation of the bus road to improve vehicle ride quality through the complex. Construction was completed in Spring 2015.

69th St. Transportation Center/Media-Sharon Routes 101-102 Car House Roof Replacement
Work includes roof replacement and other repairs.

Norristown High Speed Line Tie Replacement and Continuous Welded Rail
Work includes tie and timber renewal, surfacing, subgrading, new third rail coverboard, and new special work including purchase of special equipment.