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The Manayunk/Norristown Line travels straight through the heart of Center City Philadelphia, so it’s vital for so many people coming into the city for work.
The Broad Street Line extended to Pattison Avenue in 1973 - the year the Sports Complex opened.
The 36 was established as the Elmwood Avenue Line in 1904 by the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company.
The 34's one-way path distance is 4.9 miles, making it the shortest of SEPTA's Subway-Surface Lines.
This line connects with the Market-Frankford Line, the Norristown High Speed Line, and 18 different bus routes at 69th Street Transportation Center.
The 10 is constantly moving, running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
On a typical weekday, the 11 makes 244 trips and travels a one-way distance of 7 miles, with ten stations along the way.
Every year, Santa Claus comes to town on SEPTA!