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Geographically-accurate map of SEPTA and connecting rail transit services. Does not include SEPTA’s subway-surface lines or Girard streetcar. It also manages projects that maintain, replace and expand its infrastructure, facilities and vehicles. It is a state-created authority, with the majority of its board appointed by the five Pennsylvania counties it serves. SEPTA stations in the state of Delaware.
5th largest overall transit system, with about 306. 9 million annual unlinked trips. 2,295 revenue vehicles, and 196 routes. SEPTA is one of only two U. Angled white “S” on a red circular background with a white and red double border. SEPTA was created by the Pennsylvania legislature on August 17, 1963, to coordinate government subsidies to various transit and railroad companies in southeastern Pennsylvania.
It commenced on February 18, 1964. September 8, 1961 by the City of Philadelphia and the Counties of Montgomery, Bucks, and Chester to coordinate regional transport issues. By 1966, the Reading Company and Pennsylvania Railroad commuter railroad lines were operated under contract to SEPTA. Many acquisitions had been made, but only amounted to continuous service cuts through consolidations of competing services of the Reading Railroad and Pennsylvania Railroad. It wasn’t until the early 2000s that there was any talk of expansion. Future expansion of SEPTA’s commuter rail lines has been discussed since the mid-1980s when the system suffered severe cutbacks.
SEPTA has also considered the possibility of a “cross-county metro” that would provide service between the suburban counties without requiring the rider to go into Philadelphia. However, many derelict lines under SEPTA ownership have been converted to rail trails, postponing any restoration proposals for the foreseeable future. These two board members can veto any item that is approved by the full SEPTA board because the city represents more than two-thirds of SEPTA’s local subsidy, fare revenue, and ridership. Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware County, and Montgomery County appoint two members each. These members are appointed by the county commissioners in Bucks, Chester, and Montgomery County and by the county council in Delaware County. The general manager is assisted by nine department heads called assistant general managers. The present general manager is Jeffrey Knueppel.
Past general managers include Joseph Casey, Faye L. Past acting general managers include James Kilcur and Bill Stead. Weekday ridership averaged 180,100 in 2010. Weekday ridership averaged 136,670 in 2010. Daily ridership averaged 8,530 in 2010. A white single-car trolley in street running.
Daily ridership averaged 79,804 in 2010. Delaware County which run mostly on private rights-of-way but also have some street running. Daily ridership averaged 6,546 in 2010. Route 23 has long been SEPTA’s most heavily traveled surface route, with daily ridership averaging 21,500 in 2010. Service resumed in spring 2008 after a nearly five-year suspension. 59, 66 and 75 only—and the pilot trackless trolley arrived in June 2007, for testing. The vehicles were delivered between February and August 2008.