Wayne Junction in North Philadelphia has been a regionally significant station since it was opened by the Reading Railroad in the 1800s; the current facilities date to 1901. Today, the station serves as a multi-modal transfer point between five of SEPTA's regional rail lines, one trackless trolley route, and two bus routes. The station has high ridership and serves over 190,500 riders annually.
Wayne Junction is listed on The National Register of Historic Places; however, the station has fallen into a state of disrepair, and is not ADA accessible. SEPTA has secured funding for the Wayne Junction Station Project to enable SEPTA to make the station fully ADA accessible and perform major renovations. A portion of the funding was received through a competitive grant. This project will supplement neighborhood redevelopment and revitalization efforts underway by various agencies.
This section of the SEPTA website has been set up to document the progress of the project, give historical background information, and provide the latest news and advisory information in order to inform the public and minimize impact on our customers.
Click on the menu items on the right-hand side of this page for more info, and check back often.