88 Parking Spots at 69th Street Terminal Removed Due to Construction

Residents who commute from SEPTA’s 69th Street Terminal in Upper Darby may have trouble finding a parking spot Monday.

SEPTA officials say 88 additional parking spaces will be removed from the SEPTA lot due to a construction project.

Drivers can use a new, numbered parking area available on Chatham Road directly across the street from the current lot. Parking on Chatham is available at a $2 rate and payable at a normal kiosk location.


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Drivers can also buy a 30-day street parking permit from the Borough of Millbourne, Pa. at $30 per month. Application instructions are available at the Customer Service location inside the Transportation Center or online on the Millbourne Borough website.

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