Harrisburg’s train and bus station is set for a major infrastructure improvement, thanks to federal funding announced on Friday.
At the Harrisburg Transportation Center, U.S. Sen. Bob Casey announced that the station would receive $634,525 for a new heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) system. Much of the existing system, including the cooling tower, pumps and chiller system, were installed over two decades ago and need to be replaced, according to the city.
Amtrak owns the 135-year-old station, but the Harrisburg Redevelopment Authority (HRA) has operated it under a master lease since 1983.
According to Executive Director