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I was taking Septa regional into Suburban Station and then doing the underground walk to City Hall for the Broad Street Line. But signage was poor and I had to ask for directions (which I got from a station staff person). And the switchover from...More
On the way into the city we purchased our tickets on the train, so were surprised to see the new gates and turnstiles at Jefferson station. When returning home after the Comcast Christmas show, we used Suburban station.
The new system is more modern and...More
Senior citizens, with the proper ID, ride for free. For those who are not senior citizens, the prices are way better than gassing up, driving, and parking a personal vehicle in the city. The station is close to many amenities-ticket and information booths, bathrooms, retail...More
We've taken the train into Philly many times, but this weekend my boyfriend left his iPhone on the train. As soon as we realized, we called customer service and they said lost and found was closed for the weekend, but if they found the phone...More
Returning from Doylestown on the suburban network we came into this station at the busy time of day on a Friday. The train arrived on time and the signage to the street was clear. There are some U.K. stations that could learn from this experience.
If you haven't been there in a while, you should stop by. The train station has changed dramatically over the years. They had a complete makeover with elevators to street level and an underground mall. You may forget you're in a train station. Plenty of...More
Suburban Station is just awful; there's no sugar coating it. From the panhandlers to the homeless to the low bar shopping, it has no real redeeming value other than providing a method for you to actually leave the area (via train). The tracks are numbered...More
From city hall the William penn statue high atop to the surrounding buildings the age old craftsmanship and detail rivals Europe. The statuary and public art in and around this area is a great self guided walking tour for all ages and it's FREE! Cool...More