Transit design

    SEPTA is working with the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission to help design transit plans that are better suited to riders.


    The plan will evaluate and reconfigure bus stop locations, bus shelters and pedestrian access to bus lines. A report from PlanPhilly says if the DVRPC Board approves the $70,000 plan, it will work with SEPTA, the Department of Streets and riders to draw up new guidelines.

    Some of the things the plan will look at include the connectivity of bus stops to sidewalks.

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