The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) retained Bergmann to develop a high-resolution, interactive 3D model and video simulation showing design alternatives of a new proposed rail line, coined the "King of Prussia" Rail Project. The Bergmann team worked alongside SEPTA, and project partner AECOM, to model design alternatives during the development of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement. Bergmann used CAD profiles and plans, aerial imagery, terrain data, and ground photos to create the interactive rail model in 3ds Max Interactive and in Unity (a cross-platform game engine used to develop three-dimensional video games and simulations).
In addition, Bergmann created high-resolution renderings of various scenes along the proposed line showing what the rail line could look like in proper scale and context with existing site conditions. SEPTA was able to evaluate rail design and route alternatives, and present them to the public. Bergmann professionals also created an animated video illustrating what it would be like to travel along the full King of Prussia Rail, which they ran for the public during numerous presentations on the project.