Delaware Valley Association of Rail Passengers

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Delaware Valley Association of Rail Passengers
Abbreviation DVARP
Formation 1972
Type NGO, advocacy group
Purpose Rail and transit advocacy
Location
Coordinates 39°57′00″N 75°10′04″W / 39.950006°N 75.16769°W / 39.950006; -75.16769Coordinates: 39°57′00″N 75°10′04″W / 39.950006°N 75.16769°W / 39.950006; -75.16769
Region served
Delaware Valley
President
Tony De Santis
Vice President
Scott Maits
Treasurer
Matthew Mitchell
Secretary
Michael Greene
Key people
Anthony Albence, John Dawson, Bert Eisenberg, Robert Machler, Andy Sharpe
Main organ
Board of directors
Website link

The Delaware Valley Association of Rail Passengers (DVARP) is the largest mass transit advocacy group in the Philadelphia (PA)-area. DVARP was formed in 1972, and has been intimately involved in rail and transit advocacy since then.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Riordan, Kevin (December 13, 1999). "Smooth railin'". Courier-Post/DVARP. 

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