There will be NO theconnector shuttle service on Thursday, November 28th as we celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday. theconnector will resume service on Friday, November 29th.
If you have a theconnector service issue or question that needs to be addressed immediately, please call 1-800-245-5460 and use Option 1. The number is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
For all other questions or comments that do not require immediate attention, please email email@example.com.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will begin preliminary construction activity in October 2013 on the $16.8M project to improve the U.S. Route 422/Route 363 (Trooper Road) Interchange in West Norriton and Lower Providence townships, Montgomery County, by building two additional ramps and making infrastructure enhancements. Learn more »
Full train service between the 69th Street Transportation Center and Norristown Transportation Center on SEPTA's Norristown High Speed Line (NHSL) returned Monday, November 11, 2013.
The viaduct had been closed for four months for crews to complete a bridge timber and tie replacement, as well as perform minor structural repairs to the 102-year old bridge. Work included the replacement of all track ties, bridge timbers, track level walkway and railing system, waterproofing and some structural repairs.
The $7.6M project was completed by Railworks Track Systems of Sewell, N.J. Read more about the project details >
Image courtesy The Times Herald.
“The proposed stretch into King of Prussia for the existing [NHSL] rail line would be nothing less than a 'game changer.'
It will provide a much needed public transportation alternative for thousands of people who regularly travel between Philadelphia, Main Line communities and King of Prussia, the largest suburban employment and retail center in the region.”
-Eric Goldstein, Executive Director of King of Prussia District
"I strongly support investing in multi-modal transportation efforts like the Norristown High Speed Line extension and theconnector. Efforts like these are critical to long-term economic vitality and job growth in the region."
-State Representative Tim Briggs
Member, State Transportation Committee
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