King of Prussia has grown from its humble roots in 1713 as a “staging area” for travels west out of Philadelphia to one of the region’s leading retail, dining, commercial office, hospitality and tourism destinations.
King of Prussia is:
- 18 miles to AMTRAK’s 30th Street Station
- 19 miles to Center City Philadelphia
- 26 miles to Philadelphia International Airport
Ample Free Parking & EV Charging Stations
All businesses in King of Prussia offer free parking facilities. In addition, parking is plentiful at the King of Prussia Mall and other nearby shops and plazas.
King of Prussia boasts four electronic vehicle charging stations at the King of Prussia Mall and two at the Upper Merion Township Building. At the Mall, the “Level 2″ chargers at 208/240 volts are located in the Upper Level Parking Deck of the Plaza by Nordstrom and in the Upper Level Parking Deck of the Court by Bloomindale’s. In addition, at 113 N. Gulph Road Lehigh Gas-Exxon provides motorists with a Natural Gas Fueling Station.
Odds are you and your colleagues have a similar commute and could benefit from carpooling. Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) offers a FREE computerized service that can potentially match you with convenient transit services, carpools, vanpool groups, even walking and bicycling opportunities.