Patch has been reporting on the planned extension of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority's (SEPTA) Norristown High Speed Line for some time now. The line currently carries commuters from the 69th Street Station in Upper Darby to the Norristown Transportation Center and SEPTA plans on extending the line into King of Prussia and Valley Forge.
Residents were invited to three public meetings in January to view proposed plans for the "KOP Rail Project" and give feedback to SEPTA officials and other partners in the project.
One of those partners, the Greater Valley Forge Transportation Management Association, has produced a short video explaining the project. More public meetings are also planned in the coming months.
Watch the video above and go to www.kingofprussiarail.com for more information.
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