Bridging Blocks:
Transforming Public Transit

Transforming Public Transit

 

Each day SEPTA serves more than 700,000 riders across its 200 routes in the Philadelphia region. While the transportation authority wants to modernize its fleet, it struggles with reduced ridership. Despite receiving record-level funding in recent years, SEPTA lags behind its peers in annual capital investments., Its riders regularly have concerns about increased violent crimes and drug use onboard and at stations and stops.

How does our region ensure safe, equitable and accessible public transportation for all, while keeping fares affordable and maintaining existing services?

 

Join us for “Transforming Public Transit” a Bridging Blocks community conversation from WHYY.

Host - Eric Marsh, Manager Community & Engagement, WHYY News

Moderator - Tony Cuffie, Senior Manager Community & Engagement, WHYY News

 

Bridging Blocks is a partnership between WHYY and The Free Library of Philadelphia and is made possible by a generous grant from Fred and Barbara Sutherland.

 

Date & Time

Tuesday, July 23, 2024
Time 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. 

 

Location

Haddington Library branch

446 North 65th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19151-4003

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