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Improving Access to the Hunting Park Broad Street Line Station

Product No.: 21052
Date Published: 11/2022

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Geographic Area Covered: Philadelphia, PA

Abstract: The Hunting Park Broad Street Line Station is a critical transportation asset for the North Philadelphia neighborhoods of Nicetown, Tioga, East Tioga, Hunting Park, and Logan. DVRPC conducted this planning study to identify potential improvements that will make walking, biking, and rolling in the area surrounding the Hunting Park Broad Street Line Station easier and safer. This study was undertaken to address pedestrian safety concerns near the station and to help prepare for Phase B of SEPTA’s Boulevard Direct Service. Boulevard Direct is a high-frequency, limited-stop bus service that currently operates along portions of Roosevelt Boulevard. Phase A opened in 2017 and runs between Frankford Transportation Center and the Neshaminy Mall. SEPTA is now planning for the extension of this service along the southern portion of Roosevelt Boulevard and along Hunting Park and Ridge avenues, including a station located at Broad Street.

Key Words: Boulevard Direct Bus Broad Street Line, Hunting Park, Nonmotorized Transportation, Pedestrian and Bicycle Access

Staff Contact(s)

Project Team

  • Derek Lombardi  Senior Planner

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