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SEPTA reminds passengers to be safe

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    SEPTA Wants Passengers to Travel Safe
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    The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority is reminding its passengers to be safe and respect the train.

    More than 200 employees are distributing information at nearly 100 rail, trolley and bus stations on Wednesday for SEPTA's fifth annual safety day.

    SEPTA general manager Jeffrey Knueppel will appear at the Primos Station in Clifton Heights to remind the public not to trespass on train tracks and obey grade crossings and crossing signals.  Crews Rescue Woman Trapped by Dumped Stones on Car RoofCrews Rescue Woman Trapped by Dumped Stones on Car Roof