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Updated Draft Network - Spring 2023

Thank you to all the riders who provided feedback and comments on SEPTA's draft bus network. We made many changes based on this feedback. Please take a look at the draft network to see the changes and our ideas for your route and community. The updated draft network will be available for comment through the middle of May 2023.

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Route 1: Parx Casino to 54th-City 

Consolidated

Route 1 would be consolidated. Riders could use BLVD DIR or Route 14 for service on Roosevelt Boulevard and to Neshaminy Mall. New Route 542 will connect Parx Casino and Neshaminy Mall. New Route 14/84 will serve the National Archives.

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Route 2 (569): Pulaski & Pike to 20th & Johnston 

Simplified

Route 2 service would be simplified so all trips operate between 20th-Johnston and Pulaski-Pike, making the route easier to understand and more likely to be on-time. Route 2 trips continuing north of Pulaski-Hunting Park to Wayne Junction would be eliminated. Route 53 would provide service to Wayne Junction from 18th Street & Hunting Park Avenue. 

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Route 3 (517): 33rd & Cecil B Moore Loop to Frankford Transportation Center

Simplified

Route 3 would operate all trips between 33rd & Dauphin Loop and Cumberland & Richmond. The occasional service to Smith Memorial Playground, would be discontinued. We updated this route to maintain service on Kensington Ave underneath the Market-Frankford Line based on community feedback.

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Route 4 (516): Broad & Pattison to 11th & Nedro 

More Frequent

Route 4 will become a frequent route, operating every 15 minutes weekdays and half-hourly on weekends. This an increase in frequency from existing service.

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Route 5 (567): Girard Station to Frankford Transportation Center

Shortened

Route 5 would be shortened to operate between Frankford Transportation Center and Girard Avenue Station via Frankford Avenue.. Riders could use new Route 550 that would travel on Third and Fourth Streets and operate between York Dauphin Station on the Market-Frankford Line to Whitman Plaza or NRG Station via Packer Street.

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Route 6 (548): Cheltenham & Ogontz Loop to Olney Transportation Center 

No Changes

No changes.

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Route 7 (513): 20th & Johnston to 33rd & Dauphin Loop 

UpdatedShortenedRealignedMore Frequent

Route 7 would be shortened and realigned. It would operate every 15 minutes during peak periods and every 30 minutes at other times, including weekends. The new southern terminal for all Route 7 trips would be 20th & Johnston. Passengers traveling between 19th Street and Oregon Avenue and Pier 70 can take Route G, which is a frequent route. Service in Fairmount has been realigned to operate more reliably.

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Route 8/18 (533): Cedarbrook Plz to Frankford Transportation Center 

More FrequentSimplifiedRealignedCombined

Route 18’s western end and Route 8 would be combined to provide a direct and frequent connection between Cedarbrook Plaza and Frankford Transportation Center via Olney Transportation Center. This new crosstown service would also be realigned in Northwest Philly to provide faster and more direct service via Wadsworth Avenue, Thouron Avenue, Upsal Street, and Chew Avenue. A separate frequent bus route that is a combination of the eastern end of Route 18 and Route 70 will provide service for passengers traveling along Rising Sun Avenue.

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Route 9 (598): Ridge & Cathedral to 5th & Market 

UpdatedMore FrequentSimplified

Route 9 would operate between Ridge & Cathedral and 5th & Market. Service would be every 15 minutes during the weekday peak periods and 30 minutes at other times, including weekends. This change reflects community feedback. 

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Route 12 (557): 33rd & Dickinson Loop to Penn's Landing 

UpdatedRealignedShortened

Route 12 would operate between Penn's Landing and 33rd-Dickinson traveling on Chestnut Street and Walnut Street. The shorter route keeps a direct connection between Center City and Grays Ferry. Service across the Schuylkill River would be provided by the extended frequent Route 29 and also Route 64. Service in Center City is realigned to operate eastbound via Chestnut St instead of Locust to use the improved bus lanes along that corridor.

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Route 14 (538): Frankford Transportation Center to Neshaminy Mall (and Oxford Valley Mall)

ShortenedSimplified

Route 14 would operate all trips between Neshaminy Mall and Frankford Transportation Center. This service would operate every 30 minutes on weekdays and weekends. Every other trip on this route (538A) would continue to Oxford Valley Mall, serving the corridor hourly on weekdays and weekends. The Boulevard Direct route would also serve Roosevelt Boulevard and Neshaminy Mall. Service to Byberry East, Bucks County Tech Park, and Sesame Place will be provided by other routes. 

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Route 16 (528): Cheltenham & Ogontz Loop to Broad & Lehigh / North Phila Regional Rail Station 

More FrequentShortened

Route 16 would be shortened to operate between Cheltenham & Ogontz Loop to Lehigh & Broad. Service will operate 15-minute service during the weekday peak periods and every 30 minutes during the rest of the day on weekdays and on weekends. Route 16 service on Broad south of Lehigh would be provided by Route 4 - Broad & Pattison to 11th and Fern Rock Transportation Center.

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Route 17 (514): Penn's Landing to 20th & Johnston 

UpdatedSimplified

Route 17 would operate every 15 minutes all day, every day and be simplified so that all trips operate between Penn’s Landing and 20th & Johnston. Service to Navy Yard would be provided by Route 45.

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Route 18/70 (535): Olney Transportation Center to Torresdale & Cottman Loop

New RouteCombined

Routes 18 and 70 would be combined to provide frequent service between Olney Transportation Center and Torresdale & Cottman Avenues via Rising Sun Avenue. Service would operate every 15 minutes all day, every day. The connection with the Broad Street Line for Route 70 would be moved from Fern Rock to Olney Transportation Center. Additional service on Cottman Avenue would be provided by Route 77. Additional service on Rising Sun Avenue would be provided by Route 67. Service to Fox Chase Loop would be provided by Route 28/77 and Route 24. Service on Oak Lane Road and 5th Street would be provided by Route 19/70.

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Route 19/70 (547): Fern Rock Transportation Center to Torresdale Regional Rail Station 

New RouteCombined

Routes 19 and 70 would be combined to travel between Fern Rock Transportation Center and Torresdale Station via Oak Lane Road, Cottman Avenue, Dungan Road, Algon Avenue, Krewstown Road, and Grant Avenue. Bus service would be every 15 minutes during weekday peak periods and 30 minutes during the rest of day on weekdays and on weekends. Service connecting Rising Sun and Cottman Avenues to the Broad Street Line would be provided by Route 18/70. Additional service on Rising Sun Avenue would be provided by Route 67. Service on Whitaker and Oxford Avenues connecting to Frankford Transportation Center would be provided by Route 24. Service to Academy Gardens would be provided by Route 88.

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Route 20/50 (540): Philadelphia Mills to Frankford Transportation Center

New Frequent RtSimplifiedShortenedCombined

Routes 20 and 50 would be combined to provide a new frequent route (every 15 minutes all day, every day) between Frankford Transportation Center and Philadelphia Mills via Roosevelt Boulevard and Academy Road. New Route 542 would provide service between Philadelphia Mills and Parx Casino.

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Route 21 (561): 69th St Transportation Center to Penn's Landing

No Changes

No changes.

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Route 22 (703): Olney Transportation Center to Willow Grove Park Mall or Warminster

SimplifiedMore FrequentShortenedCombined

Route 22 would provide direct service between Olney Transportation Center and Willow Grove Mall, with every other trip traveling to Warminster (Route 22A). The route will provide more direct service in Glenside via Easton Road and will travel to Olney Transportation Center via a new alignment on Thouron Avenue and Wister Street. Passengers traveling between Cedarbrook and Olney Transportation Center via Cheltenham Avenue can use Route 16.

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Route 23 (546): Chestnut Hill Loop to 11th & Market 

No Changes

No changes.

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Route 24 (701): Frankford Transportation Center to Fox Chase Loop (and Second St. Pike & Knowles)

SimplifiedRealigned

Route 24 would be simplified to operate every 30 minutes between Fox Chase and the Frankford Transportation Center. The deviation on Welsh Road would be eliminated but Gloria Dei Towers would be served by an extension of Route 88. Every other trip on Route 24 (Route 24A) would continue to Southampton, creating a connection every hour.

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Route 25 (522): Frankford Transportation Center to Spring Garden Station

New Frequent RtShortened

Route 25 would be shortened to operate between Frankford Transportation Center and Spring Garden Station via a new alignment on York Street in Fishtown. The route would operate 15 minutes all day, every day. Route 25 service south of Spring Garden would be replaced by new Route 556 that would operate between Olney & Rising Sun Avenues and Pier 70.

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Route 26/65 (502): 69th Street Transportation Center to Fern Rock Transportation Center

New Frequent RtCombinedExtended

Routes 26 and 65 (Route 26/65) would be combined into frequent service between the 69th Street and Fern Rock Transportation Centers via City Avenue, Wissahickon Transportation Center, and Germantown. This frequent service would provide new crosstown connections between Broad Street and Market Frankford Lines, and buses at major transportation hubs.

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Route 26/K (541): Fern Rock Transportation Center to Frankford Transportation Center

CombinedNew Frequent Rt

Route K and the eastern end of Route 26 would be combined to provide 15-minute service during the weekday peaks and every 30 minutes during the day on weekdays and on weekends. Service would operate between Fern Rock Transportation Center and Frankford Transportation Center via 66th Avenue, Tabor Avenue, and Magee Avenue. Route L will provide service for passengers traveling on 66th Avenue west of Broad Street; Route 26/65 will provide service for passengers traveling on Chelten Avenue, and Route H will provide service for passengers traveling between Germantown and East Falls via Midvale Avenue. Shortening Route K and combining it with Route 26 allows the most productive services in Upper North Philly to operate more frequently.

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Route 27 (599): Plymouth Mtg Mall to Broad & Carpenter

UpdatedSimplified

Route 27 would operate all trips between Plymouth Meeting Mall and Broad & Carpenter in South Philadelphia. This route would have 15-minute service during weekday peaks and 30-minute service at other times. We updated Route 27 to provide all-day service between Plymouth Meeting Mall and Broad & Carpenter based on feedback we received.

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Route 28 (545): Glenside Regional Rail Station to Torresdale & Cottman Loop

CombinedExtended

Route 28 would offer more frequent service (every 30 minutes all day every day) and be extended using part of the existing Route 77 alignment to create a new crosstown connection between Glenside Regional Rail Station and Torresdale Station traveling via Rhawn Street and Huntingdon Pike. Extending the route will make crosstown trips between Northeast Philly, Fox Chase, and Glenside much easier.

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Route 29 (507): 49th & Woodland to Pier 70

ExtendedNew Frequent Rt

Route 29 would be extended to 49th-Woodland via Grays Ferry Ave, creating a new connection to SEPTA trolley services and Southwest Philadelphia. Service would operate at least every 15 minutes - all day, every day.

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Route 30/43 (515): 69th St Transportation Center to Cumberland & Richmond

CombinedNew Frequent Rt

Route 30 and Route 43 would be combined into a frequent connection between 69th Street Transportation Center and Cumberland & Richmond via Haverford Avenue and Spring Garden Street. Riders traveling to University City can use either new Route 38/40 on 40th Street and 41st Street or the newly combined Route 32/49 on 33rd Street and 34th Street. Riders traveling north of Haverford Avenue can take Route 64 or Trolley Route 10.

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Route 31 (558): 76th & City Ave to City Hall 

UpdatedRealigned

Route 31 would be realigned to operate directly along Market Street in West Philly. This change is in response to community input and the request for service on Market Street. It provides direct connections from City Avenue to Market Street. New realigned bus routes - Route 38/44, Route 30/43, and Route 32/49 - would provide local service in Mantua and Powelton Village. Bus service would be at least every 30 minutes all day, every day.

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Route 32/49 (510): Lyceum & Ridge to 33rd & Dickinson Loop 

UpdatedCombinedNew Frequent Rt

Route 32 and Route 49 would be combined to provide a direct and frequent connection between 33rd-Dickinson and Manayunk-Roxborough via Fairmount and University City. The route will operate with two service patterns. The primary route would operate at least every 15 minutes between 33rd-Dickinson and 33rd-Dauphin and every other trip (32/49A) would continue to Lyceum & Ridge (service would be every 30 minutes). Riders traveling between 29th-Snyder and University City can use the extended Route 79.

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Route 33 (554): 23rd & Venango Loop to Penn's Landing

UpdatedRealigned

Route 33 would be realigned in North Philly so that the route operates more directly via 21st Street and 22nd Street in Strawberry Mansion with all trips going to Penn's Landing. It would be a frequent route with service operating every 15 minutes all day and on weekends. The more direct alignment will improve the speed of the route and make it easier to understand.

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Route 35: Manayunk Roxborough Loop

Consolidated

Route 35 would be consolidated.

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Route 37 (552): Broad & Snyder to PHL Terminal B

ShortenedRealignedNew Frequent RtUpdated

Route 37 would be shortened to operate between PHL Airport and Snyder Station via Kingsessing. Service would operate every 15 minutes on the portion of the route between the Broad Street Line and airport. Riders can still get to Eastwick Industrial Park (Route 68), Chester City (new Route 952) and the PNC Center (Routes 108 and 68). This route was updated based on community requests to keep service to Packer Park.

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Route 38/44 (555): 5th-Market to Ford & Monument (and Ardmore)

UpdatedMore FrequentCombinedNew Route

Routes 38 and 44 would be combined to operate between Center City and Wynnefield Heights traveling via 34th Street, Mantua Avenue, 40th Street, and Belmont Avenue. Service would be at least every 15 minutes on weekdays and 30 minutes on weekends. Every other trip (Route 38/44B) would continue to Ardmore, providing a connection every 30 minutes on weekdays and hourly on weekends. Changes to this route respond to comments about the need for service on Belmont and Parkside Avenues and connections to Center City.

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Route 39 (519): 33rd & Dauphin Loop to Cumberland & Richmond

No Changes

No changes.

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Route 40/42 (511): Wycombe Loop to 2nd & Lombard

CombinedNew Frequent Rt

Route 40 and Route 42 would be combined into a new Route 40/42 that would provide frequent service between Wycombe Loop and Society Hill via South Street, Lombard Street, and Pine Street. Frequent service would operate at least every 15 minutes and be available all day, and on weekends. East of Broad, Route 40/42 would travel on Pine Street and Lombard Street to avoid detours off South Street. Riders traveling north of Spruce Street in West Philadelphia can use Route 38/44. Bus service on Chestnut and Walnut Streets in Center City is available using Routes 9, 12, and 21.

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Route 45 (568): Navy Yard or Broad & Oregon to Center City

UpdatedExtendedLess Frequent

Route 45 would operate between Broad and Oregon to Center City with every other trip (Route 45A) extended to the Navy Yard. Route 45 would have two patterns. Between Broad and Oregon and Center City, Route 45 would operate at least every 15 minutes on weekdays and 30-minutes on weekends. Service to the Navy Yard (Route 45A) would continue to the Navy Yard on weekdays only with service every 30 minutes.

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Route 46 (504): 58th & Baltimore to 63rd & Malvern 

No Changes

No changes.

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Route 47 (518): Whitman Plaza to 5th & Godfrey 

No Changes

No changes.

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Route 47M: Whitman Plaza to 7th at Spring Garden Street 

Consolidated

Route 47M would be consolidated. Route 47M passengers can take nearby Route 47.

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Route 48 (512): 27th St & Allegheny to Penn's Landing 

UpdatedRealigned

Route 48 would be realigned and provide frequent service (every 15 minutes all day, every day) between North Philadelphia and Center City. In Fairmount, the route would be realigned to operates more directly in Fairmount Avenue. In Center City, the route would operate via Market and JFK to take advantage of new bus lanes.

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Route 52 (506): 54th & City to 49th & Woodland

More FrequentSimplified

Route 52 would be simplified so that all trips operate between 49th and Woodland and Parkside. The route would no longer enter the Park West Town Center but would serve the center from 52nd Street. Every third trip (Route 52A) would continue north to City Avenue. Service to City Avenue would be every 30-minutes.

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Route 53 (527): Germantown Regional Rail Stn to Richmond & Westmoreland Loop

New Frequent RtExtendedSimplified

Route 53 would become a frequent route and be extended to provide a new connection between Germantown Regional Rail Station and Richmond & Westmoreland Loop via Hunting Park Avenue, Erie Torresdale Station, Butler Street, and Castor Avenue. On its western end, Route 53 would operate to Germantown Station via Chelten Avenue. Route H will provide service for passengers traveling along Wayne Avenue north of Chelten Ave in West Mount Airy.

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Route 54 (521): 33rd & Dauphin Loop to Cambria & Richmond

New Frequent Rt

Route 54 would operate more frequently (every 15 minutes on weekdays and weekends) and use the same routing on Cambria Street and Lehigh Avenue.

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Route 55 (699): Olney Transportation Center to Willow Grove (and CKC Doylestown)

Simplified

Route 55 would use a more direct alignment on Thouron Avenue and Easton Road between Olney Transportation and Willow Grove. The route would also have two patterns, the main route (Route 55) would travel between Olney and Willow Grove, departing every 30 minutes. Every other trip (Route 55A) would continue to Doylestown and leave every hour.

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Route 56 (525): 23rd & Venango and Bakers Centre to Torresdale & Cottman Loop 

New Frequent Rt

Route 56 would become more frequent service (every 10 minutes on weekdays and 15 minutes on weekends).

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Route 57: Dauphin & Front to 4th & Oregon (or Broad & Pattison)

UpdatedShortenedNew Frequent Rt

Route 57 would be split into two routes: Route 57 that would travel from South Philadelphia to York Dauphin Station and Route 520 that would travel between York Dauphin Station and Fern Rock Transportation Center. Splitting Route 57 into two routes would make both parts shorter, which means each new route would be more frequent, more reliable and have better on-time performance. Route 57 would operate with 15-minute service between York Dauphin Station on the Market-Frankford Line to Whitman Plaza. Every other trip (57A) would extend to NRG Station via Packer Street (a trip every 30 minutes). See also Route 520. The change to split Route 57 at York Dauphin Station was based on community feedback.

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New Route 520: Fern Rock Transportation Center to Dauphin & Front

New RouteCombined

New Route 520 would operate as a 15-minute (on weekdays and weekends) route between York Dauphin Station and Fern Rock Transportation Center traveling on 2nd and Front Streets and Godfrey Avenue into Fern Rock. Riders can connect to Route 57 to travel into Center City or South Philadelphia. Route 520 is the northern half of Route 57, which was split at York Dauphin Station. The route was split to shorten it, which allows the route to be more frequent and more reliable.

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Route 58 (534): Frankford Transportation Center to Bustleton & County Line or Neshaminy Mall 

SimplifiedRealigned

Route 58 would be simplified to operate frequent service between Frankford Transportation Center and Bustleton Avenue/County Line Road, with one trip an hour (534A) continuing to Neshaminy Mall. Service to Bustleton-County Line would operate more consistently and be more direct. The deviation on Haldeman Avenue and Red Lion Road would be eliminated and served instead by Route 542. The deviation on Rennard Street would also be eliminated. 

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Route 59: Castor & Bustleton to Arrott Transportation Center

No Changes

No changes.

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Route 60 (523): Wissahickon Transportation Center to Richmond & Westmoreland Loop 

SimplifiedExtended

Route 60 would operate frequently and be extended to Wissahickon Transportation Center via Ridge Avenue. Extending the route to Wissahickon provides connections to many SEPTA bus routes. Route 60’s occasional service to Delaware Avenue would be discontinued.

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Route 61 (573): 13th & Market to Ivy Ridge Station 

RealignedSimplified

Route 61 would operate a more direct alignment south of Spring Garden Street, via 12th and 13th Streets. A more direct alignment will improve the speed of the route and make the route easier to understand. It would also be simplified so that all trips operate in the same way with service every 30 minutes all day, every day. The route would be extended to Ivy Ridge Station in Roxborough.

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Route 62: 9th & Market Street to Andorra

Consolidated

Route 62 would be consolidated. Route 62 passengers can take nearby Route 61, Route 27, and Route 9.

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Route 64 (509): 50th & Parkside Loop to Pier 70

New Frequent RtRealigned

Route 64 would be realigned in Grays Ferry and West Philly to provide faster and more direct. It would operate more frequently (at least every 15 minutes) all day, every day. The Wharton and Reed Street alignments would be discontinued.

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Route 66: Frankford & Knights to Frankford Transportation Center

No Changes

No changes.

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Route 18/67 (530): Olney Transportation Center to Bustleton & Tomlinson 

New Route

Route 18/67 (530) would combine parts of Routes 18 and 67 connecting Olney Transportation Center with Bustleton/Tomlinson via Olney Avenue, Rising Sun Avenue, and Verree Road. It would operate every 15 minutes on weekdays and every 30 minutes on weekends. It would also serve the Philmont neighborhood at its northern end. Connections to Oxford and Whitaker Avenues as well as Frankford Transportation Center would be available at Cottman Avenue (Route 24) and service along Red Lion Road would be provided by New Route 549. Service between Philadelphia Mills and Bustleton Avenue would be provided by Route 14/84. 

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Route 68 (501): PNC Center to Broad & Snyder 

Simplified

Route 68 would have simplified hourly service so that all trips would operate between PHL Airport, Eastwick, and the Broad Street Line. Passengers traveling UPS and 69th Street Transportation Center may continue to ride Route 108. 

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Route 73: Richmond & Westmoreland Loop to Frankford Transportation Center

Consolidated

Route 73 would be consolidated. Route 73 passengers can take nearby Route 25 which will cover most of Route 73’s existing alignment with increased frequency. Route 53 will provide service along Richmond Street.

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Route 75: Wayne Junction to Arrott Transportation Center

No Changes

No changes.

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Route 77 (543): Torresdale & Cottman to Glenside Regional Rail Station

New RouteCombined

Route 77 would be combined with parts of Route 70 to provide hourly service (on weekdays and weekends) between Glenside Station and Torresdale-Cottman Loop via Glenside Avenue, Jenkintown Station, Township Line Road, and Cottman Avenue. Service connecting Rising Sun and Cottman Avenues to the Broad Street Line would be provided by Route 18/70. West of Glenside, the Route 22 would serve Easton Road and the new Route 539 would connect Chestnut Hill and Cheltenham Avenue.

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Route 78: Express Cornwells Heights to Center City 

Consolidated

Route 78 would be consolidated. The Cornwells Heights station would be served by new Route 14/84, new on-demand service in the Bristol-Croydon-Cornwells Heights zone and Regional Rail to Center City.  

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Route 79 (505): 40th & Market to Pier 70

Extended

Route 79 would operate frequently and be extended to 40th Street Station on the Market-Frankford Line via University Avenue to provide better connections to hospitals, West Philly, and the Market-Frankford Line. It would also be extended on its eastern end to shopping at Pier 70. Extending the route provides more direct service between key destinations.

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Route 80: Express Horsham to Olney Transportation Center 

Consolidated

Route 80 would be consolidated. Route 80 passengers can take one of the following routes that will cover Route 80’s existing alignment: New Route 717, Route 22, New Route 539, and Route 16. 

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Route 84 (544): Frankford Transportation Center to Philadelphia Mills 

RealignedSimplifiedShortened

Route 84 would be shortened and simplified to operate all trips between Philadelphia Mills and Frankford Transportation Center. The route would use a more direct path via Frankford Avenue and Knights Road. Morrell Park would be served instead by new Route 549. Service between Philadelphia Mills and Bustleton Avenue would be provided by Route 20/50. 

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Route 88 (566): Frankford & Gregg Loop to Frankford Transportation Center

SimplifiedExtended

Route 88 would operate at least 30 minute service between the Frankford-Gregg Loop and Frankford Transportation Center. New connections are provided by extending the route from Bethayres to Willow Grove. Holy Redeemer Hospital would be served by Route 24 and New Route 549. 

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Route 89: Front-Dauphin to Arrott Transportation Center

Consolidated

Route 89 would be consolidated. Passengers can take nearby Routes 53, 3, 75, and/or 25.

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Route 91: SCI – Phoenix to Norristown Transportation Center

Consolidated

Route 91 was consolidated. SCI-Phoenix is served by transportation provided by the facility.

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Route 92/204 (802): Coatesville to Exton to West Chester Transportation Center

CombinedSimplified

Route 204/92 would operate hourly (every day) between Exton and King of Prussia, traveling along Lancaster Pike to Paoli and Swedesford Road between Paoli and King of Prussia. The new route combines parts of Route 92 that travel from Exton to West Chester to King of Prussia and Route 204 that connected Eagleview to Paoli Train Station. This route creates more direct connections and will be faster and more reliable. Riders can transfer in Paoli to travel to West Chester and/or use the on-demand zone to travel to the office parks north of Lancaster Avenue. 

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Route 93 (715): MCCC (Pottstown) to Norristown Transportation Center  

Simplified

Route 93 would be simplified so that all trips would operate the same way, traveling between Norristown Transportation Center and Pottstown via into the Eagleville Hospital the Philadelphia Premium Outlet Mall and ending at the Montgomery County Community College. It would operate every 30 minutes during peak times on weekdays and hourly on weekends. 

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Route 94 (704): Montgomery Mall to Chestnut Hill Loop 

Simplified

Route 94 would continue to travel between Montgomery Mall and Chestnut Hill. The only change would be that all trips would operate to the Montgomery Mall and no trips would end at the Community College. Service would be hourly.

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Route 95 (709): Plymouth Meeting Mall to King of Prussia via Conshohocken 

ShortenedExtendedMore Frequent

The new Route 95 would be realigned to travel from Plymouth Meeting Mall to the King of Prussia Mall via Conshohocken. Few riders used Route 95 to get from Conshohocken to Willow Grove. By extending the route to King of Prussia, the new bus route would provide more local connections. The new bus route would be every 30 minutes on weekdays and hourly on weekends, including Sundays.

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Route 96 (705): Lansdale to Norristown Transportation Center 

More Frequent

Route 96 would be realigned in Norristown. Instead of traveling on Pine Street, Route 96 would travel on Johnson Highway, New Hope Street and Germantown Pike. This new routing would provide more local service in Norristown. All trips would serve both Lansdale and the Montgomery Malland operate every 30 minutes on weekdays and hourly on weekends.

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Route 97 (707): Chestnut Hill to Plymouth Meeting Mall  

ShortenedSimplified

Route 97 would connect Chestnut Hill and Plymouth Meeting Mall, replacing the Route L pattern with a more frequent route to the mall. Splitting the route allows each section to have the right amount of service, retain important connections and improve service to the Plymouth Meeting Mall. Service would be every 30 minutes on weekdays and weekends.

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Route 90/98: Plymouth Meeting Mall to Norristown Transportation Center to KOP 

New RouteMore Frequent

A new frequent Route 98 would connect Plymouth Meeting Mall, Norristown Transportation and King of Prussia Mall. The route operates on Germantown Pike and Dekalb Pike. The new route would provide fast, frequent connections between these key destinations, which gives travelers more choices and more opportunities to make connections and travel across the region.

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Route 98: Blue Bell or Plymouth Meeting Mall to Norristown Transportation Center 

Consolidated

Route 98 would be consolidated and combined with Route 90 (Plymouth Meeting Mall to Norristown) and the new Norristown On-Demand Zone. 

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Route 99 (713): Church & Main to Plaza KOP

SimplifiedShortenedMore Frequent

Route 99 would operate between Phoenixville and King of Prussia via Oaks, Trooper Road, and the Valley Forge National Park. Service to Providence Town Center would be eliminated due to low ridership. Service would operate every 30 minutes on weekdays and weekends. 

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Route 103/115 (903): Philadelphia Airport to Darby Transportation Center to Ardmore 

Realigned

Route 103 would connect the Philadelphia Airport, the Darby Transportation Center and Ardmore. The route would provide direct connections to the airport as well as other SEPTA resources, including frequent bus routes, trolley lines and regional rail stations. It would operate hourly. 

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Route 104 (902): West Chester University to 69th Street Transportation Center

Simplified

Route 104 would be simplified by eliminating trips deviating off West Chester Pike. The route would operate every 30 minutes on weekdays and hourly on weekends.

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Route 105 (716): Radnor Regional Rail Stn (New) to 69th Street Transportation Center

New Frequent RtRealignedExtended

Route 105 would be extended from Rosemont to Radnor. The route would operate every 30 minutes on weekdays and weekends.

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Route 106 (801): Malvern Regional Rail Stn (New) to Radnor Regional Rail Stn (New)

ShortenedSimplified

Route 106 would connect Malvern and Radnor and serve local trips along Lancaster Avenue. This route would be more frequent and connect to service at Radnor (on Route 105). Riders traveling to the 69th Street Transportation Center can use Route 105 or the Norristown High Speed Line. Service would be hourly on weekdays and weekends. 

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Route 107/115 (914): 69th St Transportation Center to PHL Term B 

CombinedSimplified

Route 107 would connect the Philadelphia Airport and the 69th Street Transportation Center traveling through neighborhoods on Marshall Road, South Avenue and Folcroft. It combines parts of the exiting Route 115 (DCCC to Darby Transportation Center and Airport) and existing Route 107 (Lawrence Park to 69th Street). The new alignment is more direct with connections to other parts of the SEPTA network, including bus service on Baltimore Pike and McDade Boulevard. Service would be hourly on weekdays and weekends.

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Route 108 (553): 69th Street Transportation Center to PHL Airport and UPS 

RealignedSimplified

Route 108 would have simplified frequent (every 15 minutes on weekdays and weekends) operating between the 69th Street Transportation and PHL Airport. Every other trip (Route 108A) continuing to the UPS facility so that service to UPS would be every 30 minutes (on weekdays and weekends). 

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Route 109 (906): Chester Transportation Center to 69th Street Transportation Center

No Changes

No changes.

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Route 110 (905): Penn State and Springfield Mall to 69th Street Transportation Center

Simplified

Route 110 would be realigned to travel on State Road between Sproul Road and the 69th Street Transportation Center instead of traveling on Township Line Road. Service will continue down Baltimore Pike and end at Wawa Regional Rail Station, instead of Penn State Brandywine. This new alignment would be more direct, and reliable. It would operate hourly on weekdays and weekends. 

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Route 111 (915): Wawa Station to 69th Street Transportation Center 

ShortenedCombinedSimplified

Route 111 would be realigned to operate on Baltimore Pike and State Road without traveling into Riddle Hospital or the Promenade Shopping Center. By staying on the main road, the bus would be faster for more riders. People can also transfer to Route 107 or 114 to get to the hospital and shopping center. Service to Concordville and Painters Crossing would be provided by a new On-Demand Zone. Service would be hourly on weekdays and weekends.

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Route 112 (901): Delaware County Community College to 69th Street Transportation Center 

More FrequentSimplified

Route 112 would have more frequent service (every 15 minutes on weekdays and 30 minutes on weekends) and operate all trips between 69th Street Transportation Center and Delaware County Community College via West Chester Pike. 

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Route 113 (912): Chester Transportation Center to Darby Transportation Center to 69th Street Transportation Center 

ShortenedSimplified

Route 113 would operate frequently (every 15 minutes on weekdays and 30 minutes on weekends) and be shortened so all trips would operate between Chester, Darby and 69th Street Transportation Center. Route 113 service to the Tri-State Mall would be replaced by a new Route 907.

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Route 114 (910): Penn State to Chester Transportation Center 

ShortenedSimplified

Route 114 would be shortened and simplified to travel between Penn State and the Chester Transportation Center via Concord Road to serve the I-95 Industrial Park. The portion of Route 114 that connected to Tri State Mall would be served by new Route 907 and bus service between the Chester Transportation Center and Darby Transportation Center would be available on Route 113. The shorter and more direct bus routes will be faster and more reliable. Service would be every 30 minutes during weekday peaks and 60 minutes during the midday and on weekends.

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Route 115: Delaware Community College to Darby to Transportation Center to Airport

Consolidated

Route 115 would be consolidated into different routes, including Routes 37, 107 and Route 103.

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Route 117 (909): Wawa Regional Rail Station to Chester Transportation Center

ShortenedSimplified

Route 117 would be shortened to travel between the Wawa Regional Rail Station and the Chester Transportation Center along Middletown Road. The shorter alignment will be faster and more reliable. Route 118 would serve the Crozer-Chester Medical Center, and 6th Street and Toby Farms. Riders can travel to the I-95 Industrial Park on Route 114 and service on 9th Street is available on Route 907. Service would be every 30 minutes during weekday peaks and 60 minutes during the midday and on weekends.

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Route 118 (908): Newtown Square to Chester Transportation Center

ExtendedSimplified

Route 118 would be extended to the Crozer-Chester Medical Center to 6th Street and stay on Brookhaven Road to Wallingford Avenue. This change will provide more direct connections for riders in Brookhaven and to the Crozer Chester Medical Center. Service would be every 30 minutes during weekday peaks and 60 minutes during the midday and on weekends.

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Route 119 (911): Painters Crossing to Chester Transportation Center

Shortened

Route 119 would be shorter, faster, and more direct, connecting downtown Chester to the Walmart Store on Conchester Highway. Service to Painters Crossing and Cheyney University would be provided by a new on-demand zone from Wawa Regional Rail Station. Service would be hourly  

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Route 120: Cheyney University to 69th Street Transportation Center 

Consolidated

Route 120 would be discontinued and replaced by On-Demand service. 

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Route 123: King of Prussia to 69th Street Transportation Center 

Consolidated

Route 123 would be discontinued and replaced by a combination of Route 124 (Chesterbrook to 30th Street and Market Street) and Route 125 (BNY Mellon to 30th Street and Market Street).

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Route 124 (797): Chesterbrook to 30th St. & Market St. 

ShortenedSimplified

Route 124 service would be simplified and shortened so that all trips would travel between Chesterbrook, the King of Prussia Mall, Wissahickon Transportation Center, and 30th Street Station in Philadelphia. The route will operate hourly on weekdays and weekends. Service would be every 30 minutes during weekday peaks and 60 minutes during the midday and on weekends.

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Route 125 (798): Valley Forge and King of Prussia to 30th St. & Market St

SimplifiedMore FrequentShortened

Route 125 would become more frequent (every 30 minutes on weekdays and weekends) and operate between BNY Mellon north of King of Prussia Mall and 30th Street Station via Gulph Mills Station and Wissahickon Transportation Center. Shortening the route will allow it to operate more frequently and reliably. Many other SEPTA routes will serve passengers travelling between 30th Street Station and Center City. 

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Route 126: Lawrence Park to 69th Street Transportation Center 

Consolidated

Route 126 would be discontinued and replaced by New Route 905 Lawrence Park SC to 69th Street Transportation Center. Routes 901 and 902 would provide service along West Chester Pike.

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Route 127: Trenton Transit Center to Oxford Valley Mall

Consolidated

Route 127 would be discontinued. It would be replaced by a combination of New Route 602, which connects the Trenton Transit Center and Neshaminy Mall, with service to Oxford Valley Mall and the Bristol-Levittown-Fairless Hills On-Demand service. 

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Route 128: Neshaminy Mall to Oxford Valley Mall 

Consolidated

Route 128 would be consolidated. Service between Neshaminy Mall and Street/Knights Roads would be replaced with a new Route 524. Service on Street Road between Knights Road and Hulmeville Road would be discontinued. Service between Street/Hulmeville Roads and Bristol and between Bristol and Oxford Valley Mall would be replaced with on-demand service. 

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Route 129 (604): Frankford-Knights to Oxford Valley Mall

Realigned

Route 129 would be realigned to operate hourly between Oxford Valley Mall and Frankford Avenue/Knights Road. The route would use a more direct path near the Bridgewater Industrial Park via Ford Road. Service on Bridgewater Road and Bensalem Boulevard would be replaced by new on-demand service in the Bristol-Croydon-Cornwells Heights zone. Service would be hourly on weekdays and weekends.

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Route 130 (601): Bucks County Community College (BCCC) to Neshaminy Mall

RealignedShortened

Route 130 would be shortened to provide hourly service between Neshaminy Mall and Bucks County Community College. The shorter route will enable better reliability and on-time performance. A new Route 542 would connect Neshaminy Mall with Torresdale Station via Philadelphia Mills and Frankford-Knights. Woodhaven Road south of Philadelphia Mills would be served by new Route 14/84, while Bristol Pike would be served by new on-demand service in the Bristol-Croydon-Cornwells Heights zone. Service would be hourly on weekdays and Saturdays.

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Route 131 (711): Audubon & Adams to Norristown Transportation Center

More FrequentSimplified

Route 131 would be simplified to operate the same way in both directions on Main Street in Norristown into the Norristown Transportation Center. The route would also be more frequent, especially in the evenings and on weekends. Service would be every 30 minutes on weekdays and hourly on weekends.

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Route 132: Telford to Montgomery Mall 

Consolidated

Route 132 would be consolidated and combined the new Telford On-Demand Zone. 

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Route 133: Frankford-Knights to Bensalem 

Consolidated

Route 133 would be replaced with new on-demand service in the Bristol-Croydon-Cornwells Heights zone. This new on-demand zone would serve riders who want to make local trips and connect to employment, shopping, and schools. The on-demand zone will replace service currently provided by Route 133, which is infrequent (less than hourly) and does not carry many riders. The on-demand zone is designed to be a more convenient, easier to use service as compared with infrequent bus service.

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Route 135 (803): Coatesville to Exton to West Chester Transportation Center

More Frequent

Route 135 would operate hourly on weekdays and weekends between Coatesville, Exton and West Chester Transportation Center traveling along the Lincoln Highway between Coatesville and Exton and on Pottstown Parkway between Exton and West Chester. Riders can connect to Route 106 in Malvern to travel on Lancaster Avenue to Radnor

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Route 139: Limerick to King of Prussia

Consolidated

Route 139 would be consolidated. It would be replaced by a combination of Route 99, which would connect Phoenixville and King of Prussia and the new Phoenixville On-Demand Zone. 

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Route 150: Parx Casino to Plymouth Meeting Mall 

Consolidated

Route 150 would be consolidated.

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Route 201: Fort Washington Office Center 

Consolidated

Route 201 would be consolidated and combined with other SEPTA bus routes. 

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Route 206: The Commons at Great Valley to Paoli Station

Consolidated

Route 206 would be discontinued and replaced by the Malvern On-Demand Zone.

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Route 310/311 (717): Willow Grove to Horsham  

CombinedSimplified

A new Route 310/311 would combine Routes 310 and 311 to connect the Willow Grove Mall to Horsham business parks. Service would operate at key times on weekdays to accommodate employment shift times. The new route would travel more directly through the Business Park, providing more reliable connections. Service would be every 30 minutes on weekdays and hourly on weekends.

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Route 508 (508A): University City to 50th Parkside Loop and Wissahickon Transportation Center 

New Frequent RtUpdatedCombinedNew Route

New Route 508 would combine parts of Routes 38 and 40 into a single, frequent route (every 15 minutes all day every day). The bus would travel between University City and 50th-Parkside Loop every 15 minutes and every other trip (Route 508A) would continue to the Wissahickon Transportation Center

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New Route 532: Willow Grove Mall to Grant & James – Torresdale Stn

New Route

New Route 532 would provide a connection from northeast Philadelphia to Willow Grove Mall traveling via Frankford Avenue, Welsh Road, Darlington Road and Moreland Road. It would be available every 30 minutes on weekdays and weekends. Riders can also use this route to connect to frequent service on Route 20/50 (Ashton Road) and Route 58 (Welsh Road) as well as SEPTA buses and trains at Willow Grove.

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Route 539: Chestnut Hill Loop to Frankford Transportation Center 

New Route

Route 539 would be a new bus route connecting the Chestnut Hill Loop and Frankford Transportation Center via Cheltenham Avenue and Adams Avenue. It would operate every 30 minutes on weekdays and weekends. This route would enable new crosstown connections for residents in Northeast Philly, East Oak Lane, Upper North Philly, and parts of Montgomery County. 

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New Route 542: Bucks County Technology Park to Torresdale Station 

New Route

This new route would combine segments of multiple routes and provide half hourly service between Bucks County Technology Park and Torresdale Station, via Neshaminy Mall, Parx Casino, Bensalem, Philadelphia Mills and Frankford-Knights. The new service would provide new crosstown connections. Service would be every 30 minutes on weekdays and weekends.

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New Route 549: Holy Redeemer Hospital to Frankford-Knights

New Route

This new route would combine segments of multiple routes between Holy Redeemer Hospital and Frankford-Knights, via Bethayres, Red Lion Road, Comly Road and Morrell Avenue. The new service would fill gaps in the network and provide new crosstown connections. It would operate with 30-minute service on weekdays and weekends.

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New Route 551: Forest Hills Station to Cornwells Heights Station

New Route

This new route would combine segments of multiple routes and provide service between Forest Hills Station and Cornwells Heights Station, via Byberry Road, Southampton Road, the National Archives, Academy Road, and Philadelphia Mills. The new service would provide new crosstown connections.

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Route 556: Olney & Rising Sun Loop to Pier 70 

UpdatedNew Route

Route 556 would be a new bus route operating between Pier 70 and Olney& Rising Sun. It would operate every 30 minutes on weekdays and weekends, replacing existing Route 25 service south of Spring Garden and provide a new north-south connection between Olney-Rising Sun and the Market-Frankford Line via G Street.

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New Route 602: Trenton Transit Center to Neshaminy Mall 

More FrequentRealignedCombined

Route 602 would combine parts of Route 14 and 127 to create a new route that extends service from Trenton Transit Center to Neshaminy Mall, traveling via Morrisville, West Trenton Avenue and Lincoln Highway to Oxford Valley Mall and then continue to Neshaminy Mall via Lincoln Highway and Langhorne Station. Service would be hourly on weekdays and weekends. Service along Levittown Parkway, Hood Boulevard, and Oxford Valley Road would be replaced with new on-demand service in the Bristol-Levittown-Fairless Hills zone. Service along Tyburn Road and Bristol Pike would be discontinued. 

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Route 702: Willow Grove to Olney Transportation Center 

New RouteSimplified

A new Route 702 would operate between Olney Transportation and Willow Grove. The new route would only operate between Olney and Willow Grove. Service would be every 30 minutes on weekdays and weekends. Riders could connect to Route 310/311 to reach employment in Horsham.

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Route 718: Plymouth Meeting Mall to Metroplex to Norristown Transportation Center  

New Route

A new Route 718 would connect the Plymouth Meeting Mall, Metroplex and Norristown Transportation Center, traveling on Ridge Road into Norristown Transportation Center. The new route restores some of the local connections lost with the changes to Route 97. It would operate every 30 minutes on weekdays and hourly on weekends.

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Route 905: Lawrence Park SC to 69th Street Transportation Center

New Route

New Route 905 would travel between the Lawrence Park neighborhoods and the 69th Street Transportation Center traveling on State and Township Line Roads.

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New Route 907: Darby Transportation Center to Chester Transportation Center to Tri State Mall (DART Connections)

ShortenedSimplified

New Route 907 would travel between the Darby Transportation Center and Northtowne Plaza with a stop at the Chester Transportation Center. It would travel the full length of 9th Street, serving both local and longer distance trips. Service would operate between Darby Transportation Center and Chester Transportation Center every 30 minutes and once an hour service to the Tri State Mall (on weekdays and weekends). 

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New Route 952: Philadelphia to Broad to Chester Transportation Center

UpdatedNew Route

Route 952 would provide a new connection between the Philadelphia Airport (Terminal B) and Chester Transportation Center. Route 952 would replace existing Route 37 service between Chester and the Airport. It would operate every 30 minutes on weekdays and weekends.

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Route BLVD DIR: Neshaminy Mall to Frankford Transportation Center

No Changes

No changes.

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Route G (503): Lankenau Medical Center or Overbook Station to Pier 70 Walmart 

RealignedSimplified

Route G would be streamlined in West Philly so it can operate faster, more directly and more reliably. It will be a frequent bus route, operating every 10 minutes on weekdays and every 15 minutes on weekends. It will be simplified to travel in the same way between Pier 70 and Overbrook Station and on 56th Street in West Philly. Once an hour, Route G (A) would continue beyond Overbrook Station to Lankenau Medical Center. Simplifying Route G would make it easier to understand and improve on-time performance.

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Route H (524): Cheltenham & Ogontz Loop to Wissahickon Transportation Center

New Frequent RtRealignedSimplified

Route H would be combined with parts of Route K’s existing alignment west of Wayne Avenue to provide a new frequent crosstown connection between Wissahickon Transportation Center and Cheltenham & Ogontz Loop. It would also be Realigned via Wayne Avenue in Germantown. Route XH would continue to provide a frequent connection between Cheltenham & Ogontz Loop and Erie Station. 

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Route J (531): Germantown Regional Rail Station to Orthodox & Richmond 

Shortened

Route J would be shortened slightly to operate between Germantown Station and Orthodox & Richmond via Arrott Transportation Center. Route J will operate every 30 minutes on weekdays and weekends, an increase from existing service levels, especially on weekends. Route 26/65 will provide service along Chelten Avenue. 

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Route L (537): Chestnut Hill Loop to Olney Transportation Center 

ShortenedSimplified

Route L would be shortened to operate between Chestnut Hill Loop and Olney Transportation Center. It would be a frequent route operating at least every 15 minutes on weekdays and weekends. Route 97 will replace existing Route L service between Chestnut Hill Loop and Plymouth Meeting Mall. Splitting the route allows each section to have the right amount of service, retain important connections and improve service to Plymouth Meeting Malls. Route L service would also be simplified so that all trips operate in the same way between Chestnut Hill Loop and Olney Transportation Center via Stenton Avenue, 66th Avenue, and Old York Road (using Route L’s existing express routing).

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Route R (529): Wissahickon Transportation Center to Frankford Transportation Center 

Simplified

Route R will operate all trips between Wissahickon Transportation Center and Frankford Transportation Center. Route R will operate with frequent service along its entire alignment. Route R’s service to Bakers Centre will be provided by Route 56 and service to Henry Avenue will be provided by Route 32/49. Service on Midvale Avenue will be provided by Route H.

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Route XH (526): Cheltenham & Ogontz Loop to Wissahickon Transportation Center

New Frequent Rt

Route XH would become frequent service, operating every 15 minutes on weekdays and weekends. 

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On-Demand Zone: Bristol-Croydon-Cornwells Heights 

New Route

A new on-demand zone in Bristol, Croydon and Cornwells Heights would serve riders who want to make local trips, connect to employment, shopping, and schools. Riders can use the on-demand to travel anywhere in the zone and to connect with other SEPTA bus routes (multiple routes at Frankford-Knights and Torresdale Station; new route 14/84 at Cornwells Heights Station; Route 129 to Oxford Valley Mall at multiple locations within the zone). The on-demand zone will replace service currently provided by Routes 128, 129, and 133, which are infrequent and do not carry many riders. The on-demand zone is designed to be a more convenient, easier to use service as compared with infrequent bus service. 

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On-Demand Zone: Bristol-Levittown-Fairless Hills 

New Route

A new on-demand zone in Bristol, Levittown and Fairless Hills would serve riders who want to make local trips, connect to employment, shopping, and schools. Riders can use the on-demand service to travel anywhere in the zone, including Oxford Valley Mall and make connections to SEPTA bus routes (Route 14/127 to Trenton or Neshaminy Mall; Route 129 to Frankford-Knights). The on-demand zone will replace service currently provided by Routes 127 and 128, which are infrequent and do not carry many riders. The on-demand zone is designed to be a more convenient, easier to use service as compared with infrequent bus service. 

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On-Demand Zone: Malvern

New Route

A new on-demand zone in Malvern would serve riders who want to make local trips, connect to employment, shopping, and schools north and south of Lancaster Ave. The on-demand service would replace Route 206, and parts of Route 92 and provide first/last mile connections to Paoli and Malvern Regional Rail Stations.

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On-Demand Zone: West Chester

New Route

A new on-demand zone in West Chester would serve riders who want to make local trips or connect to the West Chester Transportation Center. The on-demand service would replace parts of Route 92. Many people using Route 92 make short trips in West Chester; the on-demand service should be more convenient and easier to use. The zone will preserve transit service to Chester County Hospital and industrial employment near Brandywine Airport.

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On-Demand Zone: Phoenixville

New Route

A new on-demand zone in Phoenixville would serve riders who want to make local trips, connect to employment, shopping, and schools. The zone is designed so a rider would be picked up no more than 30 minutes after they request their trip and dropped off anywhere in the zone. Riders can also connect to other SEPTA bus routes on Main Street in Phoenixville (Route 93 to King of Prussia) and at Ridge Pike (Route 93 to Pottstown). The on-demand zone will replace service currently provided by Route 139, which is infrequent and does not carry many riders. The zone will be expanded to serve the Southeastern Veterans Center and the Phoenixville YMCA, which were not previously served on fixed route. Service will also be expanded to include Sundays. 

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On-Demand Zone: Norristown 

New Route

A new on-demand zone in Norristown would provide local trips and connect to employment, shopping, and schools. The zone is designed so a rider would be picked up no more than 30 minutes after they request their trip and dropped off anywhere in the zone, including to other SEPTA bus routes and the Norristown Transportation Center. The on-demand zone will serve the Einstein Medical Center Montgomery and the Norristown State Hospital (currently served by Route 90).

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On-Demand Zone: Telford 

New Route

A new on-demand zone in Telford would serve the Hatfield and Telford area. The zone is designed so a rider would be picked up no more than 30 minutes after they request their trip and dropped off anywhere in the zone, including to other SEPTA bus services at Lansdale. The on-demand zone will replace service currently provided by Route 132, which is infrequent (less than hourly).

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On Demand Zone: Cheyney University and Painters Crossing  

New RouteSimplified

A new on-demand zone in Painters Crossing and Cheyney University would serve riders who make local trips or connect to SEPTA bus and rail service using the Chester Transportation Center and the Wawa Regional Rail Station. The zone is designed so a rider would be picked up no more than 30 minutes after they request their trip and dropped off anywhere in the zone. The on-demand zone will replace parts of Route 111 and Route 119.

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