Graphic depicting the Keystone Corridor and stations from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia. Link To Harrisburg Transportation Center Station Page Link To Middletown Station Page Link To Elizabethtown Station Page Link To Mount Joy Station Page Link To Lancaster Station Page Link To Parkesburg Station Page Link To Coatesville Station Page Link To Downingtown Station Page Link To Exton Station Page Link To Paoli Station Page Link To Ardmore Station Page Link To Philadelphia -30th Street Station Page
Graphic depicting the Keystone Corridor and stations from Harrisburg to Philadelphia.

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Rendering of proposed pedestrian bridge from campus across Route 230
Rendering of proposed pedestrian bridge from campus across Route 230
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View across future parking areas toward future station site
View across future parking areas toward future station site
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View of future parking areas from Ann Street bridge looking east
View of future parking areas from Ann Street bridge looking east
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Future parking areas from street level looking east
Future parking areas from street level looking east
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Looking east toward future extension of West Emaus St.
Looking east toward future extension of West Emaus St.

 Project Highlights

Purpose

The project will expand parking capacity, improve vehicular traffic circulation, improve multimodal access to the train station, and promote economic development.
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​Description

PennDOT is advancing three elements of station-area improvements through a public-private partnership (P3).

The P3 partner will develop, design, build, finance, operate, and maintain all three facilities for a designated number of years. PennDOT will retain ownership and provide oversight to the P3 partner.
 

status

A P3 partner, Keystone Connections, was shortlisted in January 2017. By late 2017 Keystone Connections is expected to submit a detailed proposal for developing, designing, building, financing, operating, and maintaining the new Middletown Station parking facility, the West Emaus Street extension, and the​ pedestrian bridge.
 

funding Partners

PennDOT is leading the P3 contracting process.