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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This project was completed in 2016.
This project was completed in 2016.
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East Henry Street parking lot repaved and restriped (May 2017)
East Henry Street parking lot repaved and restriped (May 2017)
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View of lot from across Marietta Pike (May 2017)
View of lot from across Marietta Pike (May 2017)

 Project Highlights

Purpose

Repaving was needed to bring the parking lot into a state of good repair. 
 

​Description

As part of the approximately $30.5 million station upgrade project, the parking lot on the south side of East Henry Street adjacent to the westbound ​station entrance was repaved and restriped. The lot provides 61​ parking spaces.

The total project cost of the station, parking lot, and access and overflow parking​ improvements was approximately $33 million.
 

statuS​​

The project was completed in early 2016 as a temporary improvement. 

In February 2019, the lot was excavated as part of station-related stormwater work. It was​​ permanently repaved in conjunction with the station project and reopened in October 2019​.
 

Funding Partners

PennDOT led the project with additional funding by the Federal Transit Administration and Amtrak.