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US 202 Intercorporate Shuttle

The US 202 Intercorporate shuttle was created as a congestion mitigation strategy in response to the US 202 Section 400 reconstruction project, and will continue to run throughout the Section 300 reconstruction project. We have negotiated for a high quality service at the lowest possible price. Greater Valley Forge TMA and the TMA of Chester County are proud to announce approximate price quotes for the intercorporate shuttle service. GVFTMA is excited that a PennDOT subsidy has been authorized for this shuttle service, a service created for businesses along the US 202 corridor.

The Cruiseline shuttle complements existing SEPTA service by providing connections from a transportation center directly to the worksite. We can also connect from a regional Park & Ride.

Background:

  • Flexible Routing
  • Door to Door Executive style service
  • Approved Congestion Mitigation Strategy

Current Concerns:

  • Labor Force Access - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Expands employee market
  • Unpredictable Traffic Delays- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Reduces Traffic Congestion
  • Employee Commuting Stress- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Stress Free Commute
  • Parking Shortages at Work Site- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Increases available parking
  • Continuing Route 202 corridor construction- - - - - - - Improves construction traffic

GVFTMA and TMACC Administration Activities:

  • Plan Routes
  • Evaluate Ridership Levels
  • Administer
  • Market and Promotes Service

For more information about the US 202 Intercorporate Shuttle, please contact Maureen Farrell, of GVFTMA, at 610-354-8899 or mfarrell@gvftma.com , or TMACC, at 610-993-0911.

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Traffic Congestion Mitigation Program

GVF and the TMACC can assist commuters along the route 202 corridor.  Commuters can visit www.gvftma.com and www.tmacc.org to view alternatives to driving.  Another valuable website is www.phillytraffic.com  This website allows you to submit your information for carpooling, find Park N Ride’s near you, submit your information into a commute cost calculator to find out how much your ride is really costing you and also to sign up for an emergency ride home. 

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Bus Service

During the Route 202-300 construction project there will be two new SEPTA bus routes:

In addition there are many SEPTA bus routes and rail lines serving the Route 202 corridor.  For more information and to view schedules log onto www.septa.org

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