SEPTA sells naming rights to Conshohocken Train Station

SEPTA’s Board recently approved a resolution and announced its latest naming rights agreement for a transit station. The brand new Conshohocken Train Station will now be known as Station as part of a groundbreaking $5 million deal. The board voted on the resolution during its regular monthly meeting on March 26, 2024.

“SEPTA is proud to partner with on this exciting naming rights agreement,” said SEPTA Board Chairman Ken Lawrence. “These naming rights agreements are great opportunities for SEPTA to enhance service to the communities we serve and frankly, our staff and riders are tired of having to pronounce Conshohocken correctly.”

The station is located along the Manayunk/Norristown Line of SEPTA’s Regional Rail, and serves thousands of commuters in the Conshohocken area who prefer to work from home and only use public transit when their cars are in the shop and Uber is taking too long.

“ is excited to sponsor the station and jazz it up a bit,” said Kevin Tierney, president of Burb Media, the parent company of “This summer we will be adding a hot dog cart, a Ms. Pac-Man machine, and bottomless mimosas on Fridays.”

Look for the signage to change on April 1st (April Fools’ Day).