West Philly Trolley Tunnel Closing August 1-18

by | July 31, 2014 | Biking in Philly, Featured | 0 comments

SEPTA will be closing the trolley tunnel in West Philly beginning August 1st for what they’re calling a Trolley Tunnel Blitz.[1. We couldn’t decide whether to go with a WWII joke or a this-sounds-like-a-dance joke. But it’s hard to resist an excuse to use a Wikipedia historical photo.]

Much like England moved people into its tunnels during the Blitz, so SEPTA will be moving works in for intense repair work.

Much like London moved people into its tunnels during the Blitz, so SEPTA will be moving workers in for intense repair work. But with 100% fewer bombings. Credit: “The Home Front in Britain during the Second World War HU44272” by Unknown.

During this 17-day shutdown, Trolley Routes 10, 11, 13, 34, and 36 will divert to 40th & Market Streets.

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