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This means fewer trains, crowded trains and longer waits for the 65,000 people who ride Regional Rail every day.
— Christie Ileto (@Christie_Ileto) July 5, 2016
We first told you about the site, created by Ardmore developer Douglas Muth, way back in 2012. At the time, SEPTA was not fucked; currently, SEPTA is decidedly fucked.
As of press time, nine out of 27 trains are late. “You may want to look into alternate forms of transportation,” the site helpfully advises. SEPTA buses, the site declares, are currently not fucked.
(For a more detailed look at how Regional Rail trains are faring, Muth is also behind the sleekly informative Septa Stats.)
If you can, work from home. Or how about biking? The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia even made a handy map:
— Randy LoBasso (@RandyLoBasso) July 5, 2016
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