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SEPTA completes work on Wayne station


The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) recently marked the reopening of the Wayne station on the Thorndale regional rail line after a two-year, $22.7 million improvement project.

SEPTA funded the project through a combination of federal, state and local funds. The new station features high-level platforms, Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant passenger ramps, refurbished passenger facilities and a ticket window. The roof, platforms and fences were restored.

The authority also installed improved signage, lighting and a new public-address system.

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