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4/21/2003



Rail News: Passenger Rail

SEPTA seeks public input on annual service plan


Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) officials plan to hold public hearings April 22-25 for the fiscal-year 2003 Annual Service Plan, which includes recommendations from SEPTA passengers, staff, government agencies and elected officials.



The plan includes eliminating Lamokin Station service to the Marcus Hook/Wilmington/Newark line and Angora Station service on the Media/Elwyn line, and providing later evening outbound service on some routes.



Any service changes would be subject to SEPTA board approval and funding.


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