07.24.17 - West Chester, Manayunk…Coatesville? Will Chesco city be the next hot spot? (philly.com)
07.14.17 - Public Private Partnership Board Approves Projects to Pursue Development Around Train Stations (PennDOT)
07.13.17 - Station Plaza at 30th Street Station (Curbed Philadelphia)
05.22.17 - Additional Rail Service Between Harrisburg Pittsburgh Under Review (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
03.27.17 - New Renderings and Info Unveiled for Philly's 14-acre Schuylkill Yards Project (The Architects Newspaper)
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“Plan the Keystone” is an initiative launched in 2009 to improve conditions for rail passengers at the 12 Keystone Corridor train stations from Harrisburg to Philadelphia. Broadly, the goals are to meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements, to refurbish or (where necessary) replace the historic station buildings along the line, and to ensure that station improvements complement local revitalization efforts. This site reports progress in planning, designing, and constructing station improvements.
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