Product No.: 15006
Date Published: 02/2016
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Geographic Area Covered: Delaware County, PA; Chester County, PA; Upper Darby, PA; Haverford, PA; Marple, PA; Newtown, PA; Edgmont, PA; Willistown, PA; Westtown, PA; East Goshen, PA; West Goshen, PA; West Chester, PA
Key Words: West Chester Pike, SEPTA, SEPTA Route 104, Enhanced Bus Service (EBS), Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), pedestrian
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