A set of SEPTA Silverliner IV's makes a stop at the now demolished former PRR station in Levittown, PA. Built in 1953, the station was torn down in 2016 to make way for a new and much more modern station set to open in 2018. The $25 million dollar station will include high level platforms, be ADA accessible, have considerably more parking spots, and most notable, a new pedestrian overpass. Levittown station currently sees about 1,200 passengers per day. A sister station nearly identical in design remains at Curtis Park located south of the city.