Krapf's "A" bus at the Exton Transportation Center
|Headquarters||West Chester, Pennsylvania|
|Service area||Mid-Atlantic states|
|Service type||bus operator|
|Fuel type||Diesel, hybrid diesel electric|
|Chief executive||Blake Krapf (President & CEO)|
Krapf Group is a bus operator serving the Mid-Atlantic states in the United States. The business is multifaceted to include school buses, public transportation, and charter bus services. Krapf School Bus operates school bus service in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, New Jersey, and New York. Krapf Transportation operates public transportation and charter bus services. Krapf Transit currently operates public transportation routes in the Delaware Valley region for SEPTA, TMACC, and Philadelphia PHLASH. Krapf Coaches operates charter motorcoaches from the Mid-Atlantic states to points throughout the continental United States and Canada, along with providing charter bus services for colleges and universities. In 2016, Krapf purchased two 2016 MCIJ 4500 buses. In 2017, Krapf purchased Birnie Bus Service, which operated similar services in New York state.
Currently, Krapf Transit operates the following routes:
- SEPTA Route 204 
- SEPTA CCT Connect paratransit service in Chester County
- Krapf Route "A" (formerly SEPTA Route 120) - linking Coatesville with West Chester and Exton.
- TMACC Coatesville Link - between Coatesville and Parkesburg.
- TMACC SCCOOT - between Oxford and West Chester.
- TMACC Evening Link - Evening service between Parkesburg and Exton.
- Navy Yard Express - between Center City, Philadelphia and the Naval Yard.
- Rover Community Transportation - an on demand bus service for senior citizens. In 2012, the service provided 30,400 rides for 157 registered riders The service is only available to seniors 65 years of age or older. The buses operate under the "Aging Shared Rider Program" in Chester County.
- Casino Line - services to Atlantic City, New Jersey
- Philly PHLASH Downtown Loop
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