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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PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards, 10-2016 groundbreaking
PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards, 10-2016 groundbreaking
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Groundbreaking ceremony October 2016
Groundbreaking ceremony October 2016
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Rendering of new elevator towers and platform shelters
Rendering of new elevator towers and platform shelters
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Rendering of station improvements, looking east
Rendering of station improvements, looking east
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Conceptual site plan, including parking areas and walkways
Conceptual site plan, including parking areas and walkways
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Knee wall, sidewalk, and curb poured along the first segment of W. Henry St. (August 2017)
Knee wall, sidewalk, and curb poured along the first segment of W. Henry St. (August 2017)

 Project Highlights

Purpose

The Mount Joy Station improvements​ will achieve ADA accessibility, improve station function and passenger amenities, and create a station identity consistent with Main Street Mount Joy revitalization.
 

​Description

The $25 million project will transform the Mount Joy train stop into a landmark station, with distinctive stair/elevator towers accessible from South Market Street and a pedestrian overpass between the eastbound and westbound platforms. Improvements will include:

View a 360-degree video​ of a 3D rendering of the new station on YouTube.​
 

 

status

The Mount Joy Station groundbreaking was held in October 2016, and construction began in early 2017. Construction is expected to be completed in phases within three years.
 

Funding ​​Partners

PennDOT is leading the project with additional funding by the Federal Transit Administration, Amtrak, and Mount Joy Borough.​