Elevators on the way for two more PATCO High Speed Line stops

    PATCO High Speed access is about to get speedier.

    A $5 million project will add elevators to two High Speed Line stops to better accommodate those who have a hard time with the stairs.
    Ferry Avenue in Camden and Ninth/10th and Locust streets in Philadelphia will get elevators, the Gloucester County Times reports.

    They’ll join the five High Speed Line stops that already have elevator access: Lindenwold, Woodcrest, Broadway, Eighth and Market and 15/16th and Locust.

     

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