Chester County has an extensive highway and road network, public transportation facilities that include 12 train stations served by SEPTA and Amtrak, and a growing trail network anchored by the Schuylkill River Trail and the Chester Valley Trail. This web page provides information on transportation funding, trails, highways, public transportation, bicycling, and walking.
Please join us on December 4th at 5:30 for our transportation forum, "Trails, Trains and Traffic," at the West Whiteland Township building. The event will be an opportunity to discuss public transportation, active transportation, and road improvements. Register now!
An overview of how transportation improvement projects advance to implementation.
Our biennial inventory of Chester County and its municipalities' transportation improvement needs.
Chester County's top transportation priorities as sent to the State Transportation Commission towards development of PennDOT's Twelve Year Plan.
Plans to improve Chester County's built environment to accommodate all transportation modes.
CCPC will inventory all municipalities and the results will be used to target locations where active transportation facilities and the municipal ordinances that require and standardize such facilities are most needed.
Plans that address Chester County's bus and commuter rail public transit services.
Plans to advance the development of the Circuit, the Greater Philadelphia region's multi-use trail network.
Landscapes3, the comprehensive plan for Chester County, addresses transportation primarily in the Connect goal area.
Other agencies the Planning Commission collaborates with to improve our transportation systems.