Bryn Athyn is a home rule municipality in Montgomery County. It was formerly a borough, and its official name remains "Borough of Bryn Athyn".
Bryn Athyn had commuter train service until January 14, 1983. Service was suspended due to failing train equipment resulting in a lack of ridership. As of 2009, the train station is used as the Bryn Athyn post office.
Pennsylvania Transit Expansion Coalition and SEPTA have confirmed that they are open to revisiting the line if there is strong political support in both counties, but all plans for resuming the train service were dropped in 2014 when Montgomery County officials decided to extend the Pennypack Trail over the derelict rail bed.
The Bryn Athyn borough is within the Bryn Athyn School District, which does not operate any public schools. Ninety percent of school age children attend private schools within the district and the remainder attend schools in neighboring districts.
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