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Itís all on the line for SEPTA and its riders, from service cuts to layoffs

(Source: Philadelphia Inquirer, November 17, 2020)

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. ó While pandemic-related budget woes have spurred other transit agencies to sound alarms, SEPTA has stayed relatively mute on potential cost-saving steps that would undoubtedly impact Philadelphiaís most vulnerable communities. But without additional federal relief to stem losses from the pandemic as well as long-term funding solutions to ensure SEPTAís longevity, extreme measures, including service cuts, layoffs, and fare increases, are on the table.

Full story: Philadelphia Inquirer

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

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