- PHONE: 215.699.2733
- FAX: 215.699.3462
- TOLL FREE: 1.866.507.4857
There is no better time to visit Center City than during the holiday season!
The Partnership TMA invites you to join us on Monday, December 9 at 9:30am for a free escorted train ride into Suburban Station in downtown Philadelphia. The PTMA will cover your round-trip train fare that morning. Once there, you will have free time to explore the shops, grab lunch or use our "cheat sheet" to see the many holiday light displays at Macy*s, the Comcast Center, City Hall and more! We'll then meet you at 2:00pm for a safe return trip to Lansdale.
To reserve your seat, please contact the Mobility Hotline at 1-866-507-4857 (toll free) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dozens turned out on a beautiful October day to cut the ribbon on the PTMA's newest free bike share program at the Peter Becker Community in Harleysville. A unique feature of this location is the addition of mint-green tricycles in addition to the regular red two-wheelers at other locations.
PTMA Executive Director Peggy Schmidt said she is excited to offer a fun form of transportation at the spacious community as a way " to keep residents and staff engaged with healthy activities while allowing them to explore this beautiful campus." Pedaller Bikeshop in Lansdale will provide ongoing maintenance for the bikes.
Please see a full report and photos from the Souderton Independent here: http://montgomerynews.com/articles/2013/10/18/souderton_independent/news/doc52560e90745bb434833592.txt
Are there really ghost pets? Why are black cats considered unlucky? What are some haunted places in Hatfield Borough?
Please join us for a free moonlight walking tour of Haunted Hatfield on Thursday, October 24 at 7pm. Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes and a sweater. Register at 215.699.2733 to receive a free gift the night of the event. The tour begins at Hatfield Borough Hall (401 S. Main Street).
The Partnership TMA (Transportation Management Association) is a non-profit 501c3 organization that works with local businesses, municipalities, school districts and other non-profit organizations to help reduce traffic congestion, increase mobility and access to work and educate children and adults on the issues of land use, transportation, the environment and healthy lifestyles.
The PTMA receives funding from a variety of sources including PennDOT, the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, membership dues, in-kind contributions and payment for services rendered.