Ardmore's new station building will provide ADA accessibility, improve multimodal connectivity, and enhance aesthetics and passenger amenities. It is also designed to serve as a catalyst for surrounding transit-oriented development.
The 1957 station building currently in use will be replaced by a new building on the existing SEPTA parking lot. The estimated $36 million project includes:
In January 2022, passengers began using the new low-level platforms west of Anderson Avenue to board trains, as the station project moved into a new phase of construction. Signage at the station directs travelers to the correct boarding location.
Construction began in 2019 and is expected to be complete by mid-2023. The low-level platforms were completed by December 2021. The existing station building was demolished in early 2022.
SEPTA is leading improvements with additional funding by PennDOT, the Federal Transit Administration, Amtrak, and Lower Merion Township.
Station Parking Project
Ardmore Transportation Center Project
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