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SEPTA to close community information center

On Feb. 20, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) plans to permanently close its Frankford Transportation Center (FTC) Community Information Center office.

Open since 2000, the facility has been the main public information center during FTC construction, which had a significant impact on the community, according to a prepared statement. SEPTA opened the FTC last August.

Remaining work on the center includes restoring the old Bridge Street Station and building a 1,000-space parking garage, expected to be complete in fall and 2005, respectively.

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