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SEPTA Regional Rail Station Serving University City Will Become Penn Medicine Station

Transit News | January 27th, 2020

SEPTA and Penn Medicine announced on January 27 a partnership that will result in the Regional Rail station known as University City Station becoming Penn Medicine Station. The 6,400 passengers that use the station every day will see new signage, maps and interactive screens in the coming weeks. As with SEPTA’s other naming rights agreements, this partnership will further SEPTA’s commitment to generating new sources of revenue.

“This agreement with Penn Medicine will deliver major benefits to our customers and other taxpayers who help fund the Authority’s operations,” said SEPTA Board Chairman Pasquale T. Deon Sr. “The revenue this generates will go directly toward the everyday costs of running the transit system.”

Full details at septa.org