Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority Serving Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties
SRPAC is an independent, citizen-run, community advisory committee representing riders in Philadelphia age 65 or older. This is an avenue through which senior citizens, agency representatives, and advocates can obtain information, voice their concerns, and make suggestions that could enhance paratransit and fixed-route SEPTA service in Philadelphia County for themselves and others. SRPAC also partners with other groups, including the Mayor's Commission on Aging, the Mayor's Commission on People with Disabilities, and the SEPTA Advisory Committee for Accessible Transportation (SAC), to advocate on behalf of seniors and individuals with disabilities.
SRPAC sets its own agenda and policies. At each meeting, SEPTA reports service information to SRPAC, follows up on members' questions and concerns, and provides updates on developments and changes of interest to the senior community in Philadelphia.
1234 Market Street
Conference Room 11C
Philadelphia PA 19107
The SRPAC meets on the following days in 2015 12:30 p.m.
May: No May meeting
2016 Meeting Dates (11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. in Room 6A)
January 26 (special meeting in Room 11C)
Market-Frankford Line to 13th Street (accessible)
Broad Street Line to Walnut-Locust (accessible) or City Hall
13th & Market Street stop | Bus Route 17, 33, 48 (westbound), 124, 125
12th & Market Street stop | Bus Route 38 (eastbound) or 44
13th & Chestnut Street stop | westbound Bus Route 9, 21, 38, or 42
Meetings are open to the public.
Patricia A. Russell, Chair
Philadelphia Shared-Ride Program Advisory Council (SRPAC)
6138 Wayne Avenue. Apt. 3
Philadelphia, PA 19144
Email Patricia Russell
(215) 438-8250 | Telephone