SEPTA is reevaluating plans for a 6.5-acre parcel next to the newly opened Conshohocken Regional Rail station. Originally intended for a park-and-ride garage, public feedback prompted SEPTA to reconsider, opting for a mixed-use transit-oriented project. 

SEPTA General Manager Leslie Richards revealed ongoing discussions with Conshohocken to finalize an agreement, emphasizing the active interest from various groups. A recent request for information from developers garnered proposals for multifaceted development. 

Connor Descheemaker of Transit Forward applauded the shift away from a single-use garage, anticipating increased rider attraction with a mixed-use approach. SEPTA plans to collect input and subsequently invite formal proposals for the property after the Friday deadline.