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Modern Trolley Station Design Guide
SEPTA Suburban Transit Division Routes 101 & 102
Product No.: 17010
Date Published: 5/2018
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Geographic Area Covered: Delaware County, Pennsylvania; Aldan, Pennsylvania; Clifton Heights, Pennsylvania; Collingdale, Pennsylvania; Media, Pennsylvania; Nether Providence Township, Pennsylvania; Sharon Hill, Pennsylvania; Springfield Township, Pennsylvania; Upper Darby Township, Pennsylvania;
Abstract: SEPTA is preparing for a once-in-a-generation replacement of its trolley fleet, Trolley Modernization. In order to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, and to provide effective service for its customers, SEPTA must provide new platforms and stations on its trolley routes. The Modern Trolley Station Design Guide: SEPTA Suburban Transit Division provides practitioners with design guidance on creating accessible stations, and introduces Trolley Modernization's benefits and constraints.
Key Words: Trolley Modernization, SEPTA, Accessibility, Delaware County
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