Getting Here


Norristown is centrally located, easy to get to, and easy to get around in. Norristown is one of the most connected communities in the region in terms of our access to public transit. The Norristown Transportation Center is located in the heart of our downtown.  


By Public transit



Norristown High Speed Line provides service between 69th Street Terminal and Norristown, serving the Main Line area in Delaware and Montgomery Counties.

Visits SEPTA's Website for a map of the station and nearby parking »
Visit SEPTA's Website for routes and schedules »


Norristown Transportation Center Parking Garage


  • $3.00 | SEPTA customer before 1:00 p.m.*
    (*customers must validate their parking ticket at the Regional Rail station)
  • $6.00 | Non-SEPTA customer before 1:00 p.m.
  • $3.00 | All customers after 1:00 p.m.
  • $2.00 | SEPTA customer pre-paid card*
    (*discounted rate for customers with a valid TransPass, TrailPass or 10-Trip ticket pack)



$3.00 | pre-paid card or proximity card
Customers who purchase a monthly TransPass or TrailPass through the Pass-By-Mail program, may purchase a monthly Proximity Parking Card for only $35. Pass-By-Mail/Parking Card application TransPass or TrailPass holders can recharge their Pre-Paid Card selecting the number of uses (minimum 5 uses for $10 - maximum 20 uses for $40). Uses can be added at the Pay Station Machines using cash or credit card Buy 10-Trip Tickets at the train station ticket office and a Pre-Paid Card good for 10 uses ($20) can be purchased (card rechargeable with valid TransPass or TrailPass)

Blank Cards will also be available at the Garage Manager's Office, at the Lafayette Street vehicle entrance/exit, and the Regional Rail train station ticket window, The Garage Management Office may be reached at (610) 272-1290.


Parking Garage Hours

  • 5:30 a.m. - 12:30 a.m. | Monday through Thursday
  • 5:30 a.m. - 1:30 a.m. | Friday
  • 6:30 a.m. - 2:30 a.m. | Saturday
  • 6:30 a.m. - 12:30 a.m. | Sunday

Free weekend parking is available in the surface lot on the inbound side of the Regional Rail station


TransNet -

The only non-profit state/federal funded program in Montgomery County, visit their website HERE


By car


We are located at the intersection of our region’s major traffic thoroughfares. We are minutes from the Pennsylvania Turnpike, the Northeast Extension, the Schuylkill Expressway, the Blue Route; and major routes such as 206/202 and Ridge Pike run through the heart of our community.

And this access is about to get event better. The Lafayette Street Extension Project involves extending Lafayette Street in Norristown to the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The project is a major effort to improve highway access to downtown Norristown and its riverfront. This project is being headed by the Montgomery County Planning Commission in association with PennDOT and the Federal Highway Administration. Visit this website to learn more.


By foot and bicycle


Norristown boasts architecturally rich, easily walkable communities and business districts that make our community especially friendly to pedestrians and bicyclists. We are also a stop on the Schuylkill Valley bike trail, which stretches from Philadelphia to Valley Forge and beyond. This trail is the backbone for trails across our region, and allows bikers and pedestrians to get to almost anywhere in the region on dedicated trails right from downtown Norristown.

Municipality of Norristown
235 East Airy Street
Norristown, PA 19401

Phone: 610-272-8080
Fax: 610-275-0687

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Summer Camp Program
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Norristown Municipal Council Meeting held on April 4, 2017

Councilman Hakim Jones at the Habitat event
From the gallery Municipal Council and Staff 2017

Councilwoman Valerie Scott-Cooper
From the gallery Municipal Council and Staff 2017

Councilmen Jones and Perry at the Habitat for Humanity event
From the gallery Municipal Council and Staff 2017