- PHONE: 215.699.2733
- FAX: 215.699.3462
- TOLL FREE: 1.866.507.4857
Is this your first time riding SEPTA? Has it been years since you have been on a bus, trolley or train? Do you want to hear more about the new fare payment system coming this summer?
If so, please join us on Thursday, April 17 from 6:30-8:00pm for a free community travel training class. SEPTA is seeing record ridership on its buses and trains as commuters and casual users avoid high gas prices, potholes and congested roads to take mass transit. The travel training is an hour-long workshop that will feature an actual off-duty bus to practice boarding, mounting a bike or paying fare. It's ideal for teens or seniors who want their independence!
The class will be held in the 2nd Floor Meeting Room at the Abington Township Municipal Building, 1176 Old York Road. Walk-ins welcome but RSVP preferred: email@example.com or 215-699-1801. Refreshments served.
That's right! During our "I Love You & Your Brain, Too!" bicycle safety awareness promotion, you can purchase a sturdy child-or-adult sized helmet in an array of eye-catching colors for only $13. Or, select your helmet and we will wrap it in a festive bag and hand deliver it all for only $18.
Studies show that using a bike helmet increases one's chances dramatically of surviving potentially fatal head injuries. In fact, they are required for children ages 12 and under in Pennsylvania.
Proceeds from "I Love You & Your Brain, Too" benefit the TMA's free bike share programs in the Upper Perk Valley, Hatfield Borough and a new location in Ambler in Spring 2014. To select your loved one's new helmet, please contact The Partnership TMA at 215-699-2733 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.