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Septa Bus Line from Phoenixville to Paoli Train Station Starting September 7

Beginning in September, residents looking for a way to get into Center City will have a new option. From The Unfiltered Downtown Phoenixville News:
Breaking News: The Septa Route 205 bus is coming to Phoenixville. Starting September 7th the bus will from from Paoli Train Station, through Great Valley, into Downtown Phoenixville, and up to the north side. Check this link for details.

More info, from Representative Drucker's mailing list:
Departures and arrivals are timed with selected Paoli/Thorndale Line trains going to and from Philadelphia. The route will continue to provide peak hour access to portions of the Great Valley area, including Vanguard, Uptown Worthington, the Route 29 corridor and the Commons.

Buses will continue north along Route 29 and Main Street into downtown Phoenixville, with the endpoint at Fillmore Street and Black Rock Road on the borough's north side.

Comments

Anonymous said…
This is nice and all, but what would be really great is a train right through Phoenixville. Getting to Philly could be a lot easier than taking a long bus ride to a train long train ride. -sigh- Maybe someday.
Anonymous said…
Good going! This is what Phoenixville needs!
Anonymous said…
finally.
Anonymous said…
didn't we have a Phlyer bus about five years ago that covered this route but was canceled due to lack of ridership?

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