Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority Serving Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties
The SAC is an independent, citizen-run, community advisory committee of customers with disabilities and disability advocates representing individual riders and about 50 different disability service organizations throughout the five county SEPTA service area. The SAC sets its own agenda and policies. Founded in 1973, SAC is the oldest such organization in North America.
The SAC advocates with SEPTA on accessibility issues and policies. We are an effective voice with SEPTA management and SEPTA Operations. Each month, SEPTA reports service information to SAC and solicits advice and information from SAC on current and future services, facilities and equipment for regular fixed-route and ADA paratransit transportation.
The SAC meets on the second Thursday of each month except August.
1234 Market Street
Philadelphia PA 19107
1:00 p.m. | SAC Service Committee addressing service issues
1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. | SAC General Membership
Market-Frankford Line to 13th Street
13th & Market Street stop | Bus Route 17, 33, 48 (westbound), 124, 125
12th & Market Street stop | Bus Route 38 (eastbound) or 44
13th & Chestnut Street stop | westbound Bus Route 9, 21, 38, or 42
Meetings are open to the public.
Helping with new vehicle selection
Advising on vehicle/car features, securements, etc.
Vehicle practice sessions
Key Stations and post-Key Stations
Station features /maintenance
Service and capital planning
ADA paratransit service
Regular fixed-route service
Website; service information
Service animals, service animals in training
Task forces for specific service needs
Annual Awards Ceremony recognizing exceptional assistance to people with disabilities
Roderick T. Powell, Chair
SEPTA Advisory Committee for Accessible Transportation (SAC)
1001 Avenue of the States, Apt. 119
Chester, PA 19013
Email Roderick Powell