Service restructured on June 16, 1985 with Route 26 service rerouted east of Rising Sun & Olney Loop to serve Frankford Terminal, thus replacing Route 26&S. on January 22, 1967. Formerly known as Route 59b. Buses replaced trolleys on June 18, 1955. Prior to being called the Route 65, it was referred to as Route E. Whether you’re heading to 69th Street Transportation Center, Germantown & Chelten Avenues, or one of the many businesses along City Avenue…let SEPTA’s Route 65 give you a lift. Aramingo Avenue, Castor Avenue, G Street. Original Route 45 went along Island Road from Hog Island to Eastwick. You can use this number to request schedule information via our SMS Transit Schedule feature. Gladwyne service added on February 8, 2009 replacing Route 121 service. Many of the numbered routes were once lettered or named bus routes. Service along Rising Sun and Oxford Avenues to Fox Chase was replaced by Route 18, An earlier Route 26 via the Kensington-6th and 7th Streets Line was eliminated in 1922, Replaced Route A Express service via Henry Avenue and to Barren Hill on February 5, 1984, Extended to Plymouth Meeting Mall on September 10, 1989, Rerouted to serve the Metroplex Shopping Center on September 3, 2000. The Route 65 also connects with Overbook, Bala and Tulpehocken stations on SEPTA Regional Rail. More Galleries of Septa 23 Trolley :. For example, Cheltenham Township has 13 city division routes and no Suburban Division ones. The LUCY routes (Loop through University CitY) follow a circular route in University City. On Sundays Routes 53 and 75 streetcar lines were operated as one route between Mt. SEPTA PHOTO GALLERY Neoplan AN-460 Articulated Buses LAST UPDATE: Wednesday, December 12, 2001 Many of these details are taken from a flyer handed out at the SEPTA Roadeo on July 17, 1999, when #7101 was on display. Southbound service south of Girard Ave. operates via 4th Street replacing Route 50 (former streetcar) to South Philadelphia. ... Arrott TC 60 35th-Allegheny to Rich-Westmoreland 61 9th-Market to Manayunk 62 9th-Market to Andorra 64 50th-Parkside to Pier 70 65 Germantown-Chelten to 69th St TC 66 Frankfd TC to Frankford-Knights 67 Phila Mills & … A fifth route, car line 59, was changed to trackless in 1950. Along Erie Avenue, he track area has been paved over west of Broad St. Since May 16, 1993 a few minor route changes have been made to this route. Section on Roosevelt & Hunting Park became part of Route R by 1971, SEPTA justified the alignment because it provided more frequent stops than the subway, better serving passengers between stations. SEPTA operates bus routes numbered in the 400 Series which are designed to serve students attending schools in the city of Philadelphia. A section was renumbered Route 26 by 1932. This SEPTA Route 70 was redesignated Route 117 on June 30, 1986. Another Route 4 was created between 1958 and 1960; it went from Snyder Terminal to the Food Distribution Center via Broad, Oregon, 7th, Pattison, and Galloway. Buses replaced streetcars on June 4, 1955. Special fare required: $6 or Zone-3 TrailPass. At the same service was extended south to 58th Street and Lindbergh Boulevard and north to 63rd Street & Malvern Avenue Loop, Service was cut back from 58th Street and Lindbergh Boulevarrd to Baltimore Avenue on September 6, 1964, Service to 63rd & Malvern Loop was rerouted via 60th Street and Columbia Avenue in the mid-1960s, In 1977, service was extended from Angora to Darby via Yeadon replacing Route 78 bus service (formerly a dinky streetcar line from Darby to Lansdowne), On September 10, 1989, service between Angora and Darby reduced to a shuttle bus operation. A second Route 68 went from 3rd & Highland, Chester to Brookhaven on June 30, 1960. The Route 65 has been around for awhile, however, it didn't always go by the same name. Currently along Torresdale Ave. all track has been paved over, overhead wire and trolley wire support poles have been removed. On May 16, 1985 at 9am SEPTA track insepctors discovered misaligned rails on Wayne Ave. forcing buses to replace streetcars forever. National City Lines (NCL) took over management of the PTC on March 1, 1955, and began a program of converting streetcar lines to bus routes. Short trips added between Woodland Ave. and Parkside Loop (49th St. & Parkside Ave) on February 11, 2001. “The government is discouraging persons above 65 years of age and with co-morbidities from moving out of their homes. Original Route 44 went from Haddington to Center City via Lansdowne Avenue, Lancaster Avenue, Spring Garden Street, and Arch Street until 1929, when it was replaced by a rerouted Route 10. ... (Senior Citizen - 65 and older) Transit Routes & Regional Rail Destinations in Pennsylvania; On Regional Rail To/From NJ/DE; Seniors may also use a valid Driver License/Non-Driver ID with a magnetic stripe on … Buses replaced streetcars on May 29, 1955. [89] SEPTA offers a free interchange between the Boulevard Direct and the Route 14 bus for same direction travel. Route 13 | 13th-Market to Yeadon and Darby Transportation Center This table shows schedules for a selection of key stops on the route for Route 65 | Germantown-Chelten to 69th Street Transportation Center Weekday to 69th Street Transportation Center. SEPTA has a plan to purchase new cars and restore tracks, wires, and right of way along Erie Avenue. Follow signs to the boarding location for Bus Route 65. This is an easy reference for the more than 18,000 stop locations found throughout SEPTA's five county service region. The original route went via Tioga and Venango. & Knorr Street Loop with peak hour service to Fox Chase. Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority Serving Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties 65 (Germantown-Chelten to 69th Street Transportation Center) by Miles Taylor | Mar 18, 2020 | Miles on SEPTA | 12 comments. Transit in Philadelphia began with multiple independent horse car, cable, and traction companies, including the privately established entities: Philadelphia Passenger Railway Company, the Thirteenth & Fifteenth Street Passenger Railway Company, West Philadelphia Passenger Railway Company, etc. Weekday service extended via Oregon Avenue to 2nd Street with peak hour service to Delaware Avenue and Columbus Boulevard on May 2, 1964, replacing Route 80 bus (former Route 80 trackless trolley). [90] The Boulevard Direct is operated by the Comly District. A new Philadelphia Transportation Company was formed in 1940 to assume PRT's business. The service offers improved travel times compared to traditional bus service along Route 14, with more frequent service and several bus stops located on the far side of intersections to improve performance. As mentioned with the Route 23 the same issues are there concerning the Route 56. The 43 is the northern version of that! Torresdale and Cottman or Gregg Street loop. Timetables, stops & times (real-time), route maps, alerts, status, and trip planner for Bus 20, SEPTA. Rising Sun and Olney Avenues or Fern Rock Transportation Center. On May 16, 1993, northbound 9th Street service was reassigned to Route 47m, operating northbound only and not on Mondays (as the Italian Market is closed). Service extended to Cedarbrook Plaza on June 18, 1995. SEPTA 37 ChesterTC to Broad-Snyder Schedules. Option #2. In, Renamed from Red Arrow Route "K" when SEPTA bought Victory Depot, 56th Street, 57th Street, 58th Street, Passyunk Avenue, and Oregon Avenue, 24-hour service, only serves 63rd & Malvern during AM rush hours. On weekends, buses begin running on Route 65 at 5:00AM. Transfer to Bus Route 65 (towards Germantown-Chelten) Exit at 63rd Street & City Avenue for Overbrook Regional Rail Station. News and happenings in and around Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. PA on September 2, 1965 (24031276754).jpg 2,000 × 1,312; 2.44 MB. 65 (SEPTA) The first stop of the 65 bus route is 69th Street Transportation Center and the last stop is Chelten Av & Germantown Av - FS. Portions formerly labeled Route T (later Route 41). The northern terminus was cut back to Front & Spencer Sts. Per federal regulations, SEPTA is not allowed to offer charter bus service for the School District of Philadelphia, so all riders are allowed to utilize the 400 Series routes.[5][84]. This table shows schedules for a selection of key stops on the route for Route 65 | Germantown-Chelten to 69th Street Transportation Center Sunday to 69th Street Transportation Center. Route R replaced Route A along Hunting Park and Roosevelt. Due to the expansion of St. Joseph University campus the northern end of the route was rerouted via Overbrook Train station on June 15, 2003 then via Bala Cynwyd Shopping Center on City Ave. on January 23, 2005 after opposition of additional bus service via Drexel Road in the Overbrook section of the city. The 65 is a fascinating route. Formerly labeled as Route X. Trips alternate between Columbus Commons and Food Center, Portions of former Route 80 trackless trolley and Route 46 streetcar, Wissahickon and Chelten Aves (Germantown), Lindley Avenue, Margaret Street, Orthodox Street (Frankford & Logan), 24-hour service along Orthodox and Lefevre / Margaret Streets (two "night owl" trips between Frankford T.C. SEPTA Routes 101 and 102, also known as the Media–Sharon Hill Line, are light rail lines operated by the Suburban Transit Division of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority, serving portions of Delaware County.The routes' eastern terminus is 69th Street Transportation Center in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania. Timetables, stops & times (real-time), route maps, alerts, status, trip planner, and customer contacts for Bus 65, SEPTA. The Route 65 makes it easy to get to Center City with connections to other routes at 69th Street Transportation Center and Wissahickon Transportation Center. The Stop ID is a unique number (anywhere from 1 to 5 numbers), assigned to a specific stop location along a route. Service introduced April 18, 1949 replacing Route 59 streetcar service between Bustleton & Castor Aves. Tran­sit in Philadel­phia started out with sev­eral dozen horse car, cable, and trac­tion com­pa­nies. Selected trips rerouted off 9th Street to bypass the Italian Market on June 11, 1989 due to traffic congestion. An earlier Route 28 via North 2nd and 3rd Streets Line was eliminated in 1922. Route 65 W al n ut La CHELTEN AV STATION TULPEHOCKEN STATION UPSAL STATION W a yne A v Chelten A v Johnson St Greene St Ho r tter St W ashington La Pennsylvania School for the Deaf 23 53 53 23 XH H H 26 K 26 Germantown Roxborough 32 R o xbo r ough A v Rid g e A v Roxborough Memorial Hospital Wissahickon Park Carpenters Woods Wissahi c k on A v Queen La Coulter St 9 Manheim St S … In 1902 UTC went bankrupt; it was reorganized as the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company (PRT) on July 1. Buses replaced streetcars on December 28, 1957. Service to Paper Mill Glen eliminated at the same time. Route 5 streetcar ran from Frankford Avenue and Bridge Street to 3rd Street and Oregon Avenue, Buses replaced streetcars on December 24, 1955, as the second trolley route operated full-time by PCC's to be converted to bus operations in Philadelphia, Service south of Old City (2nd and Spruce Streets) merged into Route 57 on May 16, 1993, Northbound service via 3rd Street replaced by Route 57, Service cut back to Front & Market Streets on December 6, 1998, Once a popular trolley line to Willow Grove Amusement Park (now the Willow Grove Park Mall), By 1932, it extended south replacing all of Route 49, Remaining trolley service operated south of Cheltenham & Ogontz Avenues Loop (Cheltenham Square Mall), Buses replaced the streetcars on the remaining portion of the Route 6 on January 11, 1986, Route "6 Bus" renamed Route 22 on the same date to eliminate confusion over the current Route 6, Route 7 streetcar ran from 33rd & Dauphin Streets (. Our last SEPTA review was on the 64, a route that runs crosstown along a wide, close-to-the-city road in South Philadelphia and runs more infrequently than it should. The SEPTA Key Fare Program is a convenient new way to pay to ride on SEPTA. On weekdays, the Route 65 runs from 4:30AM until 1:30AM. Due to the closure of Luzerne Depot (replaced by Midvale Depot). The Key Card is a contactless chip card that can be loaded and reloaded without having to get a new Card. The SEPTA route 65 bus stops on the corner on City Avenue and is very close to our office building, pictured below. SRPAC is an independent, citizen-run, community advisory committee representing riders in Philadelphia age 65 or older. A crosstown along the often suburban-feeling City (Line) Ave, it runs surprisingly frequently and ends up … The Boulevard Direct, which is part of the SEPTA DIRECT BUS brand, operates along Roosevelt Boulevard between the Frankford Transportation Center and the Neshaminy Mall. replacing Route 46 service, Peak hour service to 58th St. & Lindbergh Blvd. The 12th & Filbert doors at Jefferson Station and the 16th & JFK doors at Suburban Station will be open during the following hours: 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. (Monday-Friday only). Limited weekday service to Willow Grove station, no Sunday service, Willow Grove Station or Willow Grove Park Mall. Portions of old bus Route 63 (which went on Catharine and Bainbridge) merged with today's Route 64 (which was rerouted from Federal and Wharton to Washington) in September 2003. Rent includes water. Boulevard Direct offers limited-stop service along Roosevelt Boulevard, with service operating every 10-15 minutes during most times on weekdays and every 15 minutes on weekends. PTC Route 18 went from South Philadelphia to Center City via 22nd and 23rd Streets, Catharine and Bainbridge Streets, 19th and 20th Streets, and Chestnut and Walnut Streets, and was eliminated on April 1, 1953 due to redundancy, as it was redundant to Route 7, Formerly known as the Krewstown branch of the Route W, Route 19 service introduced June 17, 1985, Original Route 19 went from South Philadelphia to North Philadelphia via 6th and 7th Streets and Germantown Avenue; was replaced by Route 53 in 1929, Extended to Neshaminy Mall on September 11, 1988, transferred to Route 130 on November 19, 2000, For PTC Route 20 Streetcar, see Route 23 history, Service originally operated from 69th Street Terminal or to 4th Street via Chestnut and Walnut Streets in West Philadelphia, Locust and Samson Streets in Center City, Service in Center City moved to Chestnut and Walnut Streets on September 9, 1956 after removal of streetcar service, Extended to 2nd Street on January 18, 1976, Extended to Front & Walnut Streets on September 2, 1979, Extended to 2nd & Market Streets via Penn's Landing on September 8, 1985, Service on the Wycombe (Upper Darby) branch transferred to the Route 42 on June 16, 1996, Service to 61st & Pine Streets eliminated on August 31, 2008, Service began on June 8, 1958 as the Route "6 Bus" replacing Route 6 trolley service to the Willow Grove Amusement Park, Alternate service via Easton Road added on September 3, 1961, replacing County Transit Company bus service, Route "6 Bus" extended to Johnsville via Warminster on June 19, 1966 by merging Route 74 bus (former trolley line) into Route "6 Bus", Service rerouted into the new Willow Grove Park Mall on August 1, 1982, Redesignated Route 22 on January 12, 1986 with the conversion of the Route "6 Streetcar" to bus operations, On September 7, 1997 service was streamlined to operate on the Easton Road and Old York Road routings between Glenside and Warminster, Service along Keswick Avenue and Edgehill Road (original trolley route) was eliminated, Original Route 22 went from Willow Grove to Doylestown via Doylestown Pike; this became Route 55 on June 19, 1966, Formerly Route N, service redesignated Route 24 on September 12, 1988 with an extension to Bethayres, Route 24 Express service existed during SEPTA's Railworks Project, which reconstructed the Main Line from Wayne Junction to Market East in 1992-1993, Weekday service extended to Southampton, replacing Routes 301 and 302, on April 1, 2001, The original Route 24 went via 15th and 16th Streets and York Road until 1929, was redundant to Routes 2, 55, and 66, Buses replaced streetcars on April 9, 1949, Extended along Aramingo Avenue to Wheatsheaf Lane on June 14, 1987, Extended north to Richmond & Orthodox Streets on September 13, 1987, Extended via Columbus Boulevard to Pier 70 Shopping Center on December 6, 1998, replacing part of Route Q, Extended south to the Columbus Commons Shopping Center on September 5, 2004, Rerouted via Butler and Richmond Streets in Bridesburg on September 3, 2006, Route 26 streetcar operated from Germantown to Fox Chase via Chelten, Ogontz, and Rising Sun Avenues, Buses replaced streetcars on January 28, 1956. 69th Street Transportation Center An earlier Route 27 via the Kensington-12th and 13th Streets Line was eliminated in 1922. 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