Commuters who ride SEPTA are running out of time to propose route changes or make suggestions, Sen. Mike Stack said.
The transportation authority is seeking proposals for its 2015 fiscal year. The deadline for making them is Aug. 31.
“This is a great opportunity to tell SEPTA what you think they could do differently,” Stack said. “If people know or live in a neighborhood that would be better served by a SEPTA vehicle they should email, write or submit that idea online.”
If by mail, proposals should be addressed to:
SEPTA – Service Planning Department
1234 Market St., 9th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
SEPTA adopted its 2014 service plan on May 23. That plan, which can be found on the authority’s webpage for submitted comments, lists the service proposals suggested by the public, governing agencies, elected officials and others for city and suburban transit. No proposals were submitted for regional rail.
“SEPTA is a vital asset for residents of the 5th Senatorial District and it’s important their voice is heard on making the daily commute better and more efficient,” Stack said.