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No one yawned Monday night, when SEPTA publically unveiled preliminary plans to pursue an extension of the Norristown High Speed Line (NHSL) to King of Prussia.
The line would follow a PECO right of way to the Pennsylvania Turnpike, which it would follow to the King of Prussia mall before crossing the Turnpike and following 1st Avenue into the King of Prussia business park. Tony DeSantis, President of the Delaware Valley Association of Rail Passengers and Collingswood, New Jersey resident, also spoke in favor of the extension, arguing that it was needed to relieve congestion and keep the region competitive.
By recommending a specific route sooner, SEPTA speeds up the overall planning process with Federal Transit Administration officials.
This route had the highest projected ridership increase, 9,500, of which 56 percent would come from Montgomery County, and the second lowest construction price tag, at $1.1 billion. In addition to the upfront construction expenses, running the extension will cost $4.9 million a year. SEPTA first began planning the NHSL extension in 2013, using federal planning funds that were originally earmarked for looking into a commuter rail line to Reading that was quickly deemed infeasible.
To date, around 550 people have signed an online petition against the King of Prussia extension. As currently planned, SEPTA will release its final Environmental Impact study in 2017 or 2018 and apply for federal New Starts funding, which would cover up to half of the construction costs. Left unsaid last night: If SEPTA gets New Starts funding for this project, it will make securing the same federal money for other expensive transit expansions in the region more difficult.
Someday, fighting for the deals at the country's second largest mall may no longer mean fighting your way to a parking spot.
Traffic on the way to Tuesday night’s King of Prussia Rail Project public information session should have been a reminder why an alternative form of transportation could benefit the area. Join Bob Thomas for a rare opportunity to visit the sites of several abandoned towns deep within the New Jersey Pine Barrens, and to learn what led to their demise.

About sixty neighbors and parishioners came out Tuesday evening to protest a proposed new development on a parking lot that faces the Romanesque Revival Mother Bethel AME Church (1889) in Society Hill. Singing and holding photos of the proposed development and of the church, a core group gathered on the stone steps of Mother Bethel, as other neighbors and passersby gradually formed a crowd of observers. Reached by phone, Jonathan Farham, the commission's executive director, told PlanPhilly that  "the Architectural Committee recommended denial of the initial proposal, but gave the applicants some suggestions on how to improve the project. Although yesterday's protest concentrated on the architectural compatibility with the neighborhood and the church, other concerns that have been raised range from the loss of parking to diminished light (but Spector, for example, will suffer from neither since he doesn't use the parking lot and since the side of his house which faces the site has no windows). JoAnn Greco writes about parks and recreation, preservation, public space, and architecture for PlanPhilly. Just enter in your work address and we will show you how long it takes to get there on every property you look at. Brokers make an effort to deliver accurate information, but buyers should independently verify any information on which they will rely in a transaction. But that was cold comfort to the residents gathered Tuesday night, who worried how the elevated line would impact their homes.
Upper Merion Township, Montgomery County Planning Commission, the King of Prussia Business Improvement District, Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, and the Greater Valley Forge Transportation Management Association all worked hand-in-hand with SEPTA during the planning process.
Sixty-seven percent of 987 survey respondents supported this route, with 53 percent saying they would use it. The spur would include a park-and-ride stop near the Valley Forge Casino, a stop inside the business park, stops at each of the King of Prussia Mall’s buildings, with the Court stop inside the mall, and another park-and-ride at Henderson Road. Right now, there are preliminary studies looking at extending the Broad Street Line to the Navy Yard and adding some sort of mass transit to Roosevelt Boulevard. Our tour down and back will take historic and scenic back roads with stops at buildings and sites important to the area’s history. The church is built on a parcel that was purchased by the Bishop Richard Allen, the AME Church's founder, in 1791, making it the country's oldest land continuously owned by African-Americans.
They came back with two designs that met those recommendations and it was those revisions that the full Commission reviewed.

Like many, Bishop Dwayne Royster, executive director of the interfaith group, POWER, whose members include 42 congregations, (including Rabbi Winokur's and Reverend Tyler's), mentioned the church's significance in American history. At its conclusion, residents from nearby neighborhoods mingled with congregants on the church steps and sidewalk. Additionally, the Economy League of Greater Philadelphia released a study earlier this year touting the extension’s projected benefits on the region. Over half of Upper Merion residents responding to the survey said they supported it as well. SEPTA says they advertised the meetings via direct mailers to Upper Merion residents, advertisements in local newspapers, online, and through local elected officials. Both projects are at least three years behind the King of Prussia extension, though, which may be enough time for the federal government to fund two projects. We’ll conclude with a moonlit walk on our return, with a warm dinner on the way home at a local hostelry, along with a discussion of the efforts to preserve the Pine Barrens. Their lively conversations dipped into the vagaries of religion, development, and politics — and the intersection of all three. In addition, she has written for dozens of other consumer, custom, and trade outlets, from Brides to The Wall Street Journal, from AARP to Wine Enthusiast. Neither Savvy Company Real Estate nor any listing broker shall be responsible for any typographical errors, misinformation, or misprints, and they shall be held totally harmless from any damages arising from reliance upon this data.
Once out of the city, many of the bus stops servicing these routes lack sidewalks, limiting their accessibility. This alternative was the highest rated by all respondents, all Upper Merion residents and all Upper Merion residents that supported the extension. This data is provided exclusively for consumers’ personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties they may be interested in purchasing.

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