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Modern Trolley Station Design Guide
SEPTA City Transit Division - Routes 10, 11, 13, 15, 34, and 36
Product No.: 15014
Date Published: 12/2017
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Geographic Area Covered: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Darby, Pennsylvania, Yeadon, Pennsylvania, Colwyn, Pennsylvania, Delaware County, Pennsylvania
Abstract: SEPTA's once-in-a-generation replacement of its trolley fleet, or Trolley Modernization, will entail well-spaced trolley stations that are fully accessible. The Modern Trolley Station Design Guide provides practitioners with guidance on the design parameters needed for modern trolley stations along SEPTA's six City Transit Division trolley lines (Routes 10, 11, 13, 15, 34, and 36).
Key Words: Trolley Modernization, SEPTA, accessibility, station design
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