- Associated Press - Friday, January 26, 2018

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Commuters would see a faster ride between Philadelphia and its suburbs.

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority on Thursday approved the Norristown High-Speed Line extension that would provide direct service to King of Prussia Mall. The extension would give passengers a faster link between King of Prussia, Center City and University City.

The more than $1 billion project must clear an environmental and engineering review before SEPTA can break ground.

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