PATCO will install new electronic signs in all 13 stations to provide updated train schedules and other information, the agency said Thursday.

The signs, though, won't provide real-time information on train arrivals until an overhaul of PATCO's 120-car fleet is completed, probably in 2017, general manager John Rink said. The upgrade of the trains will provide the equipment necessary for the trains to communicate with the signs, he said.

Installation of the new signs was approved Thursday by a Delaware River Port Authority committee for $1.68 million for six stations: Ashland, Westmont, Collingswood, City Hall, 9th/10th, and 11th/12th. Installation at the other seven stations is underway and is expected to be completed by next month, PATCO officials said.