New Reading, Pottstown, Philadelphia Amtrak Bus Service

A new Amtrak Thruway Bus Service will launch on Monday, June 6, with two daily round trips connecting Reading and Pottstown to Amtrak’s network via Philadelphia, including services to New York, Boston, Washington, Pittsburgh, New England, Virginia, Florida, and destinations throughout Amtrak’s national network.

Thruway Bus Service will depart and arrive at William H. Gray III 30th Street Station in Philadelphia and will serve the BARTA Transportation Center at 701 Franklin St. in Reading, Pa. and the bus stop on Hanover Street across the railroad tracks from the Charles W. Dickinson Transportation Center in Pottstown, Pa. The service is being provided by Amtrak in coordination with South Central Transit Authority and Pottstown Area Economic Development.

The service will be operated by Krapf Coaches under an agreement with Amtrak. All buses are ADA accessible. Amtrak Thruway services make coordinated connections with trains and enable passengers to connect with the Amtrak national network.

-via Press Release

This article was posted on: June 3, 2022