Last week, we released the Bus Revolution Draft Network. The Draft Network includes changes intended to build bus service that is easier to understand, more reliable, and more convenient. It reflects input collected since the Bus Revolution project began in April 2021. And it is aligned with the project's core goals: Put the Rider First, Increase Access to Opportunity, and Build Trust with Reliable Service.
We are holding more than 20 events this Fall and hope to see or hear from you!
Open Houses will be in-person and take place at accessible locations throughout SEPTA’s service area. Each will feature boards displaying the key features of the Draft Network with a focus on potential local impacts of the proposed changes.
The first Open House is Tuesday, October 18 from 4PM-7PM at Montgomery County-Norristown Public Library (1001 Powell Street Norristown). For more Open House dates- click HERE.
We are also hosting Virtual Community Conversations on most Monday evenings (6:30-7:30PM) through the middle of December. These presentations are designed around specific areas and will focus on local impacts of the proposed changes in each area.
The first Virtual Community Conversation is Monday, October 17 and will focus on proposed changes in Chester County and Delaware County. You can register HERE. For more dates - click HERE.
This project depends on your continued feedback to keep moving forward!