Public Transportation to CHOP’s King of Prussia Campus

For families who don’t drive or have access to a vehicle, there are alternatives to get to the King of Prussia Campus, including train, bus and rideshare. Review the details below and find the best option for your family. All visitors are encouraged to visit SEPTA for public transportation updates. If you’d prefer to drive, review our King of Prussia Campus driving directions and parking information pages. 

SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority) 

SEPTA buses 

SEPTA bus route 125 has a stop within walking distance to the King of Prussia Campus.

Regional Rail Lines

Currently, CHOP’s King of Prussia Hospital is not serviced by direct rail access, but the Paoli/Thorndale Line, the Manayunk/Norristown Line and the Norristown High-Speed Line all have stops not far from King of Prussia.

The Wayne Station (on the Paoli/Thorndale Line) is an 8-minute taxi ride from the King of Prussia Campus (about $20). We hope to establish a shuttle to take people from the Wayne station to the King of Prussia Campus.

For more information about SEPTA, call 215-580-7800 or visit https://septa.org

Greyhound Bus and OurBus

Both Greyhound and OurBus provide transportation to the King of Prussia area with service from more than 2,000 locations. At this time, neither bus company provides direct service to CHOP's King of Prussia Campus.

UberFamily 

Uber offers UberFamily, featuring vehicles with car seats and booster seats for families, as well as wheelchair accessible vehicles (WAV). Visit www.uber.com for more information.