Posts Tagged ‘SEPTA’

Energy Deal To Save SEPTA $26 Million Each Year

Energy Deal To Save SEPTA $26 Million Each Year

January 22, 2016  |  Morning Blend

SEPTA announces private-public energy partnership, SRC agrees to three charter conversions, a look at LaSalle’s newly opened business school, and reviewing the urbanism of the Nutter Years > more

Uncertainty Follows Cobbs Creek Golf Clubhouse Fire

Uncertainty Follows Cobbs Creek Golf Clubhouse Fire

January 6, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Restoration efforts to be invigorated or derailed by flames, an unofficial bus route map for SEPTA, Squilla to introduce anti-littering measure, and ESPO at work in Old City > more

A Peek At Phase 2 Of Shurs Lane Mills Reuse

A Peek At Phase 2 Of Shurs Lane Mills Reuse

December 1, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Reuse in Manayunk, Aker opts for the Philly brand, City Council to consider towing regulations, and SEPTA to reiterate plans for 40th Street Station > more

Bidding Farewell To The (Full-Length) Route 23

Bidding Farewell To The (Full-Length) Route 23

November 24, 2015  |  Last Light

As a native of Northwest Philadelphia, Steve Weinik grew up on SEPTA's X and XH bus lines. But it was the 23 that captured his imagination. With the 23 set to become two separate lines this weekend, he took one last ride roundtrip to produce this photo essay > more

Sunset In South Philly For The 23, Dawn For The 45

Sunset In South Philly For The 23, Dawn For The 45

November 24, 2015  |  News

SERVICE ALERT: This weekend marks the end of an era for a SEPTA legend. The Route 23, by far the longest and most ridden of SEPTA's city bus lines, will split in two, retaining the 23 on the northern portion and becoming the Route 45 in Center City and South Philadelphia. Brad Maule breaks down the line that's a geographic and cultural cross-section of the city > more