The Borough of Conshohocken has announced that the new railroad crossing at Oak Street will open for public use starting Monday, October 2nd. The new crossing was an improvement that was part of SEPTA’s construction of a new train station in the borough. The new station, which is not yet open, is located just above the Oak Street crossing.
The crossing offers those who live or work along Washington Street another option to enter or depart the riverfront. In the past two years, a new office building and two new apartment communities have opened along the river.
The final line painting will occur after Aqua installs water service to the new train station, which is scheduled to take place from October 3rd through October 6th.
Photo: Borough of Conshohocken
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