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 new station on Ann St. at Route 230
Rendering of new station on Ann St. at Route 230
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Rendering of new station and parking location
Rendering of new station and parking location
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Site of new station, just west of current location
Site of new station, just west of current location
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Looking south toward future station site
Looking south toward future station site
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Preliminary site work completed October 2016
Preliminary site work completed October 2016

 Project Highlights

Purpose

A new station will be built at Middletown to p​rovide ADA accessibility, improve multimodal connectivity, and anchor station-area redevelopment.
 

​Description

Middletown Station will be relocated to Ann Street at West Main Street (Route 230), just south of the entrance to the Penn State University–Harrisburg campus. The new $24.4 million accessible station will feature:

PennDOT has led extensive coordination to ensure station plans consider multimodal connectivity as well as the Borough of Middletown's downtown streetscape improvements, Penn State University–Harrisburg's campus master plan, Capital Area Transit's connectivity, and Harrisburg International Airport's airport master plan.

The new station development is complemented by parking and access projects being undertaken through a public-private partnership.​​
 

status

Station design is under review by Amtrak. Meanwhile, site preparation was completed in late 2016. Trackwork must be completed before station construction can begin. Norfolk Southern is expected to begin its trackwork in 2017, and Amtrak’s trackwork is slated to begin in late 2018 (trackwork construction schedules are contingent upon the availability of the Amtrak and Norfolk Southern workforces). 
 

Funding ​Partners

The project is being led by PennDOT with additional funding by the Federal Transit Administration​.​​