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    Philly Courts Expect Jurors to Show Up Despite SEPTA Strike

    The Philadelphia Courts announced on their website that all citizens scheduled to report to jury duty are expected to attend, despite the inconveniences of the SEPTA Strike.

    To help with transportation, the city supplied jurors with limited shuttle service serving North Broad, South Broad, West Market and Frankford loops. For access to the bus, jurors must show ID and juror summons or postcard.

    The morning shuttle begins at 6 and picks up riders every 45-60 minutes. The last morning shuttle will leave at 9 a.m. The city published maps of the stops along each loop on the courts website.

    During the evening rush, a shuttle will pick jurors up in front of the Municipal Services Building starting at 3 and continue until 7 p.m.

    Each bus holds up to 50 seated passengers and stops will be marked by temporary signs, said the city.

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