Pedestrian tunnel installed
11-Wk Summer Work 2016
Avondale Road to Rogers
Lane, the trail is now
re-opened to the public.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) welcomes your interest in the Crum Creek Viaduct Replacement Project. Built in 1895, the Crum Creek Viaduct rises more than 100 feet above Crum Creek and spans a length of more than 915 feet.
Despite a series of repairs made to the structure over recent years, the Viaduct has reached the end of its useful life. As a result, SEPTA has replaced the Crum Creek Viaduct with a new structure to help ensure safe and efficient rail service will continue well into the future. Please check back to this website for regular updates to project news and information.
ALERT: Camera #2 (west view) was installed to capture construction activities related to the recent slide and installation of the new superstructure. Now that this stage of construction is nearing completion, Camera #2 has been disconnected and removed. However, Camera #1 (east view) will remain in place to document the remainder of construction activities for the new viaduct, as well as upcoming landscaping work at the site.
ALERT: With the replacement of the Crum Creek Viaduct completed, train service will be restored to-and-from all Media/Elwyn Regional Rail Stations beginning Monday, September 5. Customers should visit http://www.septa.org/service/contingency.html and http://septa.org/alert/med.html for service information and updated schedules.