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The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) on Sunday will begin a track renewal project on a portion of its Route 15 trolley line.The project will take place at various points on Girard Avenue in Philadelphia and be completed by Sept. 3.Some track in the area dates to the 1940s, while other track was installed in the 1950s and 1970s, SEPTA officials said in a press release. The street structure supporting the track has deteriorated due to weather, traffic and age. The agency will excavate and replace about 9,800 track feet and repave the track area.The new track will result in reduced sound and vibration because the new rail is incased in an insulated rubber boot. Additionally, the new track components will result in a smoother ride for passengers, SEPTA officials said.
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