SEPTA to Celebrate Exton Station Improvements with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

MEDIA ADVISORY

SEPTA to Celebrate Exton Station Improvements with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony


Station Now Fully Accessible Under the Americans with Disabilities Act


WHO:

SEPTA General Manager Leslie S. Richards

Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Region 3 Administrator Terry Garcia-Crews

PennDOT Executive Deputy Secretary George W. McAuley Jr.

State Sen. Andy Dinniman, 19th District

State Rep. Kristine Howard, 167th District

Chair of Chester County Commissioners Marian Moskowitz

Vice Chair of West Whiteland Township Supervisors Theresa Santalucia


WHERE:

Exton Station

445 Walkertown Road Exton, Pa. 19341


WHEN:

Monday, March 2, 10 a.m.


DETAILS:

The Exton Station Reconstruction Project was a coordinated effort to upgrade the station’s Americans with Disabilities Act compliance. SEPTA installed high-level boarding platforms that allow customers to enter or exit any train car without the use of steps. This project has improved service for all passengers by reducing the dwell time at the station. The Exton Station Reconstruction Project received funding from Act 89 of 2013, which has supported transportation infrastructure improvement projects throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.




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