Type: Light Rapid Transit
Stations: 5
Projected Ridership: Not Available
Status: Tentative Future Expansion (2015)


Line Length: 4 miles
Number of Tracks: 2
Track Gauge: 4 ft 8 12 in
Electrification: Third Rail

Rail service to King of Prussia has been a consideration of SEPTA, Upper Merion, Montgomery County and other governing bodies for decades now.

The latest proposal (late 2015) is to branch the Norristown High Speed Line between Hughes Park and DeKalb Street. The line would run just north of the Pennsylvania Turnpike with stops in Upper Merion, at the King of Prussia Mall and at spots in the King of Prussia Business Park and adjoining the Valley Forge Convention Center and Casino.

King of Prussia Rail Stops

  • Valley Forge Convention Center and Casino
    Gulph Road and 1st Avenue
  • KOP Business Park
    American and 1st Avenue
  • King of Prussia Mall – Plaza
    Mall Boulevard and King of Prussia Plaza
  • King of Prussia Mall – Court
    Wills Boulevard and Allendale Road