Plan the Keystone is an initiative to improve passenger rail stations on Pennsylvania’s Keystone Corridor between Harrisburg and Philadelphia. This website provides information on the planning, design, and construction of Keystone Corridor improvement projects.
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A January 18, 2022, ribbon-cutting marked completion of the new, accessible station.
Federal, state, and local leaders kicked off station construction with a groundbreaking ceremony on October 22, 2021.
The new Lancaster Station parking lot on Christian Street was completed in March 2021.
Station improvements were completed in October 2019, including a new entrance from South Market Street with stair and elevator towers to accessible platforms.
Phase 1 station modernization was completed in September 2019, providing accessible platforms, improved parking, and upgraded rail infrastructure.
The Reading to Philadelphia Passenger Rail Analysis was completed in December 2020.