The Southeast Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) is looking for public input on how to better connect their services to micromobility and bicycles.

You may have noticed that SEPTA trains and buses have yet to return to their typical ridership numbers. Since the pandemic, transit ridership took a huge hit across the country and with work from home numbers still where they are agencies like SEPTA are taking this time to reevaluate their services.

Enhancing connectivity to micromobility services like Indego, the Circuit Trails or providing more ADA accessibility could increase SEPTA ridership. SEPTA needs to provide residents with more opportunities to trust their services and choose public transit over single occupancy car travel.

Weigh into the conversation today. Survey available through October 21, 2022.

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