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Operator SEPTA
System Type Commuter
Year Opened 1965
# of Lines 7
# of Cars
Mileage
Gauge Std
Stations 153
Power Overhead
Fare Media Tickets
Website septa.org
Data Date 2008
1st Visit 1987
Last Visit 9/08
% Rode 5%

US East Transit > Philadelphia
 Regional Rail

Philadelphia

Philly is well served by commuter lines radiating out from center city. The system is a combination of former PRR and Reading RR lines. SEPTA married the two separate systems in the 1980's with the opening on the Central City subway.

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phl-cr-trenton-103104-01.jpg (689454 bytes)SEPTA train leaving Trenton NJ. bound for Philadelphia. (10/31/04) 2 SEPTA trains in Trenton, NJ (9/1/08)
Train crossing the River by 30th St Station. (8/31/08) Train at the suburban platforms at 30th St Station. (8/31/08)
One of the Airport stations. (9/2/08) One of the Airport stations. (9/2/08)
Train near the Airport (9/2/08) Train near the Airport (9/2/08)
   

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Last Updated: 03/25/17

 

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