Transportation

 By Ayisha Arshad and Morgan Ashenfelter

Nicetown-Tioga: Don’t Own a Car? It’s SEPTA for You

Nicetown-Tioga: Don’t Own a Car? It’s SEPTA for You

Not many in Nicetown or Tioga can say their neighborhood doesn’t have multiple options when it comes to public transportation from SEPTA. All Regional Rail lines, except the R4, crisscross the neighborhood like a deformed tic-tac-toe board. Buses constantly crawl across various streets in the neighborhood. SEPTA’s CCT Connect for disabled riders is also in […]

 By Candice Walker

Walnut Hill: It’s an “El-ebration!”

Walnut Hill: It’s an “El-ebration!”

Comfort. Elegance. Convenience. These are hardly adjectives one would typically use to describe a ride on the Market subway line. But SEPTA is hoping that will change for commuters in West Philadelphia. On Sept. 12, SEPTA officials, Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell and over 300 community members, gathered to celebrate the end of the Market East Elevated […]

 By Emily Freisher and Samantha J. Williams

Mantua: Transportation Assistance Provided for Elderly Residents

Mantua: Transportation Assistance Provided for Elderly Residents

Public transportation for the elderly residents of Mantua and Parkside can be a struggle to find. Handicaps make taking local buses and trolleys run by South Eastern Philadelphia Transit Authority (SEPTA), a struggle. Further, with over 40 percent of the area living below the poverty line, affordable alternatives are difficult to come by. Seniors in […]

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