Snyder (SEPTA station)

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Snyder
SEPTA rapid transit station
Sndyner.jpg
The upper level of Snyder Station. A plaque next to the station's name commemorates the construction of the southern extension of the Broad Street Line in time the station was built in 1938.
Station statistics
Address 2100 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA
Coordinates 39°55′27″N 75°10′11″W / 39.9242°N 75.1697°W / 39.9242; -75.1697Coordinates: 39°55′27″N 75°10′11″W / 39.9242°N 75.1697°W / 39.9242; -75.1697
Line(s)
Connections City Bus SEPTA City Bus: 4, 37, 79
NJT Bus NJT Bus: 316
Intercity Bus Greyhound Bus
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2
Other information
Opened September 18, 1938
Electrified Third rail (600 volts) (BSL)
Owned by SEPTA
Services
Preceding station   SEPTA.svg SEPTA   Following station
toward AT&T
Broad Street Line
Local
toward Fern Rock

Snyder is a rapid transit passenger rail station on SEPTA's Broad Street Line[1] in South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is located at 2100 South Broad Street (PA 611), and is named for Snyder Avenue. The station provides access to a Greyhound Bus stop named "Fairfax Bus and Bagel."

Originally built in 1938, Snyder station was the southern terminus of the Broad Street Line until 1973, when it was extended to Pattison Station (now known as AT&T station). The station is located near sites such as Methodist Hospital and South Philadelphia High School. A connection to the never-built Passyunk Avenue Spur can be found here.[2]

Station Layout[edit]

G Street Level Entrances/Exits
M Mezzanine to entrances/exits, fare control
P
Platform level
Southbound local Local toward AT&T
Sports Express does not stop here (Oregon)
Island platform, doors will open on the left
Northbound local Sports Express does not stop here →
Local toward Fern Rock (Tasker-Morris)

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