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SEPTA Brings Green Improvements to 69th Street Terminal

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    SEPTA is beginning a renovation that will make improvements to make the 69th Street Terminal more energy efficient and safer. (Published Monday, April 13, 2015)

    Improvements and green initiatives are coming to one of the Philadelphia region’s busiest public transportation hubs.

    Politicians will join SEPTA officials Monday morning to announce improvements to the Authority’s 69th Street Transportation Center in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania.

    The terminal where multiple bus and trolley lines as well at the Market-Frankford subway and Norristown High Speed Line pass through currently serves nearly 35,000 people daily, according to SEPTA.

    SEPTA plans to use $19.6 million "Rebuilding the Future" program to improve daily bus and trolley service at the West Terminal by increasing efficiency with green roofs and a green wall as well as improving the passenger waiting area.