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The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority operates or contracts operation of these routes serving points in Bucksmarker, Chestermarker, Delawaremarker, and Montgomerymarker counties, with a few routes operating into the city of Philadelphia.


Victory Division

These routes are operated from the Victory Division, located at the 69th Street Terminalmarker in Upper Darby Township, Delaware County.

Route Terminals Major streets History Notes
69th Street Terminalmarker Ardmoremarker Brookline Blvd, Darby Rd, SEPTA Private Busway Buses replaced streetcars in 1966; formerly labeled by Red Arrow as "C" Private busway former streetcar right-of-way
69th Street Terminal West Chester Universitymarker or Newtown Square West Chester Pike Buses replaced streetcars in 1958; formerly labeled by Red Arrow as "W"
69th Street Terminal Paolimarker, Radnor, or Ardmore Lancaster Ave Formerly Montgomery Bus Lines, acquired by Red Arrow in 1936, formerly labeled by Red Arrow as "Y" and "Z"
69th Street Terminal Ardmore Haverford Rd Formerly labeled by Red Arrow as "D"
69th Street Terminal Glenolden or Lawrence Park Garrett Rd, Marshall Rd, Ashland Ave, Sproul Rd Formerly labeled by Red Arrow as "B" Service merged with former Route 122 and extended to Lawrence Park in 2006
69th Street Terminal Elmwood, Eastwick, or Philadelphia International Airportmarker Church Ln, 65th St, Bartram Ave Formerly labeled by Red Arrow as "J" to 65th and Elmwood; merged with former City Transit Division route "U" (Airport to Elmwood) in 1990s 24-hour service
69th Street Terminal Chester Baltimore Pike, Chester Rd Formerly labeled by Red Arrow as "O"; buses replaced streetcars in 1930; formerly Southern Penn. Bus Co. 24-hour service
69th Street Terminal Springfield Mallmarker, Granite Run Mallmarker, or Penn State University/Brandywine Township Line Rd, Sproul Rd, Baltimore Pike Formerly labeled by Red Arrow as "E" and "N"
69th Street Terminal Granite Run Mall, Penn State University/Brandywine or Chadds Ford State Rd, US 1/Media Bypass, Baltimore Pike Portions of route formerly labeled by Red Arrow as "A"; State Road and Chadds Ford service introduced in 2002.
69th Street Terminal Delaware County Community Collegemarker West Chester Pike, Lawrence Rd Split from 104/W service in 1980s
69th Street Terminal Darby, Chester, or Tri-State Mall Lansdowne Ave, MacDade Blvd, 3rd St Formerly labeled "F" and "M"; Darby to Marcus Hook former Phila. Trans. Co. #76 Route extended to Tri-State Mall in Claymont, Delawaremarker in February 2009 for connection with DART transit bus service to Wilmingtonmarker.
Darby Transportation Centermarker Chester, I-95 Industrial Park or Granite Run Mall Chester Pike, 9th St, Pennell Rd Darby to Chester service formerly Phila. Trans. Co. #74; Chester to Granite Run Mall took over portions of former 116 bus in 2003
Ardmore or Darby Philadelphia International Airport Calcon Hook Rd, Lansdowne Ave, Darby Rd Darby to Brookline service formerly Red Arrow "H"; Darby to Delmar Village formerly Phila. Trans. Co. #72; Delmar Village to Glenolden extended in 2002; service restored to Ardmore in November 2007; service to Airport added through merger of former Route 305 in June 2009; service to Glenolden terminated in June 2009 due to the merger. Service between Darby and Ardmore operates weekdays only
69th Street Terminal Postal Facility/Eastwick Church Ln, Cobbs Creek Pkwy New service initiated 2006
I-95 Industrial Park Granite Run Mall or Penn State University/Brandywine 9th St, Middletown Rd
Chester Media or Newtown Square Brookhaven Rd, Providence Rd, Newtown Street Rd Formerly Phila. Trans. Co. #80
Harrah's Chester Casino Cheyney University 7th St, Conchester Hwy, Cheyney Rd Service to Boothwyn former Phila. Trans. Co. #74; Boothwyn to Cheyney service introduced 2003; service re-routed via Marcus Hook in February 2009
69th Street Terminal Cheyney Universitymarker West Chester Pike, Street Rd Formerly spur of Route W/104; separated in 1980s
69th Street Terminal King of Prussiamarker West Chester Pike, I-476, Schuylkill Expressway New SEPTA route created in 1998
Center City King of Prussia or Valley Forge Schuylkill Expressway, S Gulph Rd Formerly SEPTA City Transit Division Route 45

Frontier Division

These routes are operated from the Frontier garage in Plymouth Township, Montgomery County.
Route Terminals Major streets History Notes
Norristown Transportation Centermarker Plymouth Meeting Mallmarker Markley St, Swede St, Germantown Pike Former Schuylkill Valley bus route; taken over in 1977, split from Route 97 in 2005
Norristown Transportation Center SCI Graterfordmarker Ridge Pike, Gravel Pike Saturday only operations
West Chester King of Prussia Phoenixville Pike, Lincoln Highway, King Rd, Swedesford Rd New route created by SEPTA in 1983; originally designated "126" Route 133 merged into the 92 in 2006; was originally separated from the 92 in 1997
Norristown Transportation Center Pottstownmarker or Collegevillemarker Ridge Pike Former Schuylkill Valley bus route; taken over by SEPTA in 1977
Chestnut Hillmarker Montgomery Mallmarker Bethlehem Pike, Morris Rd Former North Penn Bus Co., taken over 1970s
Gulph Mills Plymouth Meeting Mall Swedeland Rd, Front St, Fayette St Former Schuylkill Valley Bus., taken over 1977
Norristown Transportation Center Lansdale Railroad Stationmarker DeKalb Pike Former North Penn Bus Co., taken over 1970s
Norristown Transportation Center Barren Hill Ridge Pike, Fayette St, Hector St Former Auch Interborough Transit Co., taken over 1969 Auch service operated between Chestnut Hill and Norristown; portions between Chestnut Hill and Plymouth now City Transit Route L
Norristown Transportation Center Plymouth Meeting Mall or Willow Grove New Hope St, Norristown Rd, Pennsylvania Ave, Fitzwatertown Rd Former Schuylkill Valley and Auch Interborough lines, taken over 1977
Norristown Transportation Center King of Prussia and Phoenixville DeKalb Pike, Egypt Rd, Schuylkill Rd Former Schuylkill Valley, taken over 1977; Phoenixville to Royersford service separated in 2008
Center City King of Prussia or Chesterbrookmarker Schuylkill Expressway, Henderson Rd, Swedesford Rd
Neshaminy Mallmarker Trenton, NJ Street Rd, Lincoln Hwy, Levittown Pkwy, West Trenton Ave New SEPTA service, initiated 1980s
Neshaminy Mallmarker Oxford Valley Mallmarker Galloway Rd, Bristol Pike, State Rd New SEPTA service, initiated 1980s
Morrell Parkmarker Oxford Valley Mall Knights Rd, Bensalem Blvd, Beaver Dam Rd, Durham Rd New SEPTA service, initiated 1980s
Franklin Mills Mallmarker Newtown Street Rd, Neshaminy Blvd, Newtown-Langhorne Rd New SEPTA service, initiated 1980s
Norristown Transportation Center Audubon Marshall St, Egypt Rd Separated from Route 98 in 1999
Montgomery Mall Telfordmarker Horsham Rd, Welsh Rd, Forty Foot Rd, County Line Rd Separated from Route 96 in 2005
Montgomery Mall Chestnut Hill Lower State Rd, Bethlehem Rd Re-designated from Route 94 Express service in 2005
King of Prussia Philadelphia Premium Outlets, Limerick Valley Forge Rd, Schuylkill Rd, U.S. 422 Separated from Route 99 in 2008
Plymouth Meeting Mall Philadelphia Park Race Track Pennsylvania Turnpike New SEPTA service initited 2007 Non-stop limited service Monday through Saturday
Fort Washington Rail Stationmarker Fort Washington Office Center Commerce Dr, Virginia Dr New service initiated in 1980s
Paoli Railroad Station Great Valley Corporate Center Lancaster Ave, Morehall Rd New SEPTA service initiated in 1980s
Morrell Park Bristol Rail Station State Rd New SEPTA service initiated in 1999

Krapf's Coaches

Service on these lines is operated by Krapf's Coaches under contract to SEPTA. These routes are run from West Chester, Pennsylvaniamarker.

Route Terminals Major streets
204 Paoli Railroad Station Lionvillemarker Lincoln Highway
Pottstown Pike
Eagleview Boulevard

205 Paoli Railroad Station Main Line Industrial Park Cedar Hollow Road
Matthews Road
Morehall Road

306 Great Valley Brandywine Town Center Routes 30 and 202
Wilmington Pike
314 Bradford Plaza Goshen Corporate Park Five Points Road
Westtown Road

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