60th Street station (SEPTA)

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60th Street
SEPTA rapid transit station
60th Street Station as seen from 60th Street
Location Sixtieth & Market Streets
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Coordinates 39°57′43″N 75°14′27″W / 39.9619°N 75.2408°W / 39.9619; -75.2408Coordinates: 39°57′43″N 75°14′27″W / 39.9619°N 75.2408°W / 39.9619; -75.2408
Owned by Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority
Platforms 2 side platforms (Market-Frankford)
Tracks 2
Connections Bus routes 31 and 46
Disabled access Yes
Opened March 4, 1907
Rebuilt June 18, 2007
Electrified 700 volts DC
Preceding station   SEPTA.svg SEPTA   Following station
toward 69th Street
Market–Frankford Line
toward Frankford
Market–Frankford Line
toward 69th Street
Market–Frankford Line

60th Street station is an elevated stop on the Market-Frankford Line, above the intersection of 60th Street and Market Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Haddington neighborhood lies to the north of the station, while the area to the south is considered to be part of Cobbs Creek. SEPTA bus routes 31 and 46 serves 60th Street station.

The station was opened on March 4, 1907 by the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company, and after a renovation project was reopened on Monday, June 18, 2007.[1]

Station layout[edit]

Platform level
Side platform, doors will open on the right
Westbound Market–Frankford Line toward 69th Street (63rd Street (A and off-peak service) or Millbourne (B))
Eastbound Market–Frankford Line toward Frankford (56th Street)
Side platform, doors will open on the right
M Mezzanine to entrances/exits, fare control
G Street Level Entrances/Exits



External links[edit]

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