Wissahickon Gateway Open House Wednesday

by | February 24, 2020 | The Circuit | 3 comments

Bike in Philly

SEPTA will hold an open house to give neighbors more information about the upcoming Wissahickon Transit Center project, on Wednesday, February 26th, at the Gustine Recreation Center, 4868 Ridge Avenue in Philadelphia, from 5:30pm-7:00pm.

The Transit Center, located where Ridge Avenue nearly meets Main Street, Manayunk, is being reconfigured to better accommodate the nearly 7,000 people who utilize the 11 bus routes that pass through the area each weekday. The Kelly Drive Trail will also be reconfigured as part of the project, to better connect cyclists to the Wissahickon Trail, and to Main Street, Manayunk, from Kelly Drive.

The project, which has been in the works since 2017, is being reconfigured to alleviate congestion and allow pedestrians and vehicles to more safety navigate the area, SEPTA’s project will also include the construction of a new passenger waiting facility.

We support the project and encourage anyone who can, to visit the meeting on Wednesday night. We will also be meeting with communities in the area later this year to talk about the multi-use trail segment of the project.

For more information, check out the full plan via the City of Philadelphia’s website.

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  1. Nate Cornman

    What time does this Open House start?

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    • Randy LoBasso

      Sorry about that. I updated the post with the time of the meeting. 5:30pm-7pm. Hope to see you there!

      Reply
  2. Brad

    Is this project definitely happening? The last paragraph of the larger report said that as of July 2018, the only portion of the project that had secured funding was the revised Transportation Center. Has funding been secured for the bike trail – its new bridge and path along the water? If so, what’s the ETA on its completion?

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