Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Planned Renovation of Wayne Junction Station

[adapted from press release]

On April 27th, SEPTA representatives, joined by elected officials and community leaders, will officially accept a $3.98 million Federal Transit Administration (FTA) competitive grant from FTA Administrator Peter M. Rogoff. The funds are for SEPTA’s extensive Wayne Junction Station renovation project. Wayne Junction Station serves more than 190,500 SEPTA riders annually via five Regional Rail lines, one trackless trolley route and two bus routes. SEPTA’s three-year renovation project is expected to begin in fall 2011 and will make the historical register-eligible station state-of-the-art and fully compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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