SEPTA’s King of Prussia Rail Project (KOP Rail), is a transformative project that will connect the Greater Philadelphia Area with recreational activities and attractions, historic sites, arts and culture, night life, shopping and restaurants in King of Prussia.
KOP Rail will be an affordable way to travel.
KOP Rail will have two stations north of the King of Prussia Mall — the second largest mall in the United States with over 400 stores and dozens of full service and fast casual restaurants, as well as three food courts.
KOP Rail will have future shuttle access to King of Prussia Town Center — the region’s new downtown destination where outdoor shopping, dining and entertainment converge.
KOP Rail will be accessible to 16 hotels and 180,000 square feet of state-of-the-art meeting and convention space.
KOP Rail will eliminate the need to vie and pay for parking.
KOP Rail will provide easy connections to Valley Forge National Historical Park — the site of a Revolutionary War encampment with tails connecting the key monuments and historic structures.
KOP Rail will be easily accessible to colleges and universities along the Norristown High Speedline.
KOP Rail will increase access to premier medical and healthcare facilities in King of Prussia.
KOP Rail will connect Center City, University City, and King of Prussia in 45 minutes, significantly less than a typical trip on heavily congested I-76.
KOP Rail will run as frequently as every 10 minutes during peak times.
KOP Rail will have a 95 percent on-time performance average, bringing more frequent, reliable transportation to/from destinations.
KOP Rail will connect to the Philadelphia International Airport and 30th Street Station via the SEPTA network.
KOP Rail will be fully compliant with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
KOP Rail will be a convenient experience for passengers using wheelchairs or walkers, pushing strollers, pulling luggage, walking their bikes, or who have difficulty climbing stairs.