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Bus Info


Drop-off/pick-up sites are as follows:

#1 – 1400-1500 JFK Blvd. (north side) – FOR THOSE WISHING TO MARCH FROM THE ASSEMBLY AREA
#2 – 2200 Spring Garden Street (west side) – FOR THOSE WISHING TO ATTEND THE RALLY ONLY

Buses would be directed to holdover elsewhere (Callowhill, lots on Delaware Avenue/Columbus Blvd., etc.) after dropping passengers and return for pickup.


SEPTA



SEPTA will be notified of the project attendance and asked to staff accordingly.

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