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Saturday: Shuttle Buses will Replace All Trains Between Thorndale and Bryn Mawr
Sunday: Shuttle Buses will Replace All Trains Between Malvern and Bryn Mawr
Paoli/Thorndale Line Inbound & Outbound Partial Shuttle Busing Begins Late Night Friday
Due to Amtrak construction work related to the Paoli Station Accessibility Improvements Project, this weekend, the Paoli / Thorndale Regional Rail Line will be using shuttle buses in place of all inbound and outbound rail service west of Bryn Mawr Station.
Shuttle Bus departures times are different from regularly scheduled train times. Customers traveling on the Paoli/Thorndale Line this weekend (including late-night Friday service) should plan additional travel time and refer to the special Paoli/Thorndale Line Service Advisory page – including bus/rail timetables for each day and shuttle bus boarding locations – for full details on shuttle bus operations. Inbound and outbound service will run hourly on both Saturday and Sunday.
Amtrak construction is scheduled to continue through June and additional adjustments to service are expected. Customers are encouraged to check System Status regularly, follow the @SEPTA_PAO Twitter account or look for new signage posted at Stations for any additional changes to service or new information during Amtrak construction. Schedule information related to the weekend service adjustments and can be downloaded directly at:
· Late Night Friday, June 8 – http://www.septa.org/alert/pdf/2018-06-pao-wkdy.pdf
· All Day Saturday, June 9 – http://www.septa.org/alert/pdf/2018-06-pao-sat-timetable.pdf
· All Day Sunday, June 10 – http://www.septa.org/alert/pdf/2018-06-pao-sun-timetable.pdf
Additional Service Highlights available at: http://www.septa.org/alert/pao.html
· Weekdays June 11-15 & 18-21 – Shuttle buses will also replace late-night outbound train service from Bryn Mawr to Malvern for trains scheduled to depart Suburban Station after 11:30 AM
· Shuttle bus boarding locations
· Whitford Station will not be served by rail or bus on Saturday
· On Saturday, June 9, Amtrak will cross honor fares for customers traveling from Exton or Downingtown to 30th Street Station & from 30th Street Station to Exton or Downingtown
Connect With SEPTA
Website – http://www.septa.org
Twitter – @SEPTA | @SEPTA_Social | @SEPTANews | @SEPTAPHILLY
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/septaphilly
SEPTA’s Customer Service Call Center – 215-580-7800
The one-way bridge over Lloyd Ave. will be closed for three weeks beginning June 18th, 2018 for a County resurfacing project. Detour signs will direct drivers to use Route 30 and Manor Ave.
For ages 8-17
Limited to 15 participants per session
Click here to reserve your spot
Camp 1 - June 26-29
Camp 2 - July 24-27
Camp 3 - August 21-24
All camps run Tuesday-Friday 8:30am to 12:30pm
Individual Camp $150 Each (Due before first day of camp)
Attend 2 Camps for $ 280
Attend 3 Camps for $ 400
(Multiple Camps must be paid completely at first camp to receive discounted rate.)
Optional $5 a day for lunch (hotdog-chips-beverage)
Pay by cash, credit card, or check payable to Ingleside Golf Club
Hosted by: J.T Holsman , PGA - Phila Section Jr. Golf Committee Member
For more information please contact Ingleside at
Come and visit the Hexagonal School House and learn about this fascinating structure, as well as some interesting Caln Township history! The Caln Township Historical Commission offers free tours of the Schoolhouse the first Sunday of each month, May through October from 1pm - 3pm.
The Coatesville Area School district is currently considering an 8.4% tax increase. For more information, residents are invited to attend an upcoming Town Hall meeting. Meetings will be held:
May 2nd at Caln Elementary at 6:00 PM
May 3rd at Kings Highway Elementary at 6:00 PM
May 7th at CASH at 6:00 PM
May 8th at East Fallowfield Elementary at 6:00 PM
A final vote on the tax increase will take place at the CASD School Board meeting on May 22nd.
Please, please throw it out! That may not be the message you want to hear near Earth Day, but the truth is “too zealous recyclers have contaminated the recyclables with trash.” They are ruining the ability to market the material nationwide. Chester County residents are great recyclers, but shouldn’t be tempted to be too passionate putting items in the bin that do not belong and “trashing” the recyclables. Properly prepared and collected recyclables are valued commodities sold on a global market. When too many non-recyclables (trash) are mixed in with the recyclables it all becomes “trash”, is too costly to separate and requires disposal at a landfill. Meanwhile too much money has been spent on collection, transportation and processing material that wasn’t worth collecting in the first place.
Scrap metal, hangers, pieces of rope or hose, pieces of wood, yard waste and children’s toys are just a few of the items that “contaminate” the recyclables. Scrap metal may be taken to a scrap dealer, yard waste should be composted and reusable children’s toys may be donated or thrown away if broken. Do not put them in the recycling bins.
Plastic bags present another problem. Recyclables should never be put in plastic bags. Plastic bags are not recyclable in curbside programs. They jam the source separating equipment at recycling facilities. Plastic shopping bags can be returned to your local grocery store and plastic trash bags should be used for trash only not recyclables.
Most curbside programs in Chester County collect mixed paper, flattened corrugated cardboard cut down to 18” x 24”, glass bottles and jars, steel and aluminum cans, plastic bottles and containers #1-5 plus 7. Our programs also collect clean aluminum foil and pie tins and empty steel aerosol cans. No Styrofoam, polystyrene, foam. Everything else should be thrown away and that’s okay. Remember only plastic containers and bottles with recycling symbols can be recycled. If there is no recycling symbol, throw it out. Most recyclables will come from the kitchen or in the mail as paper or corrugated cardboard. If you really want to do something positive for the planet, do it right. If in doubt, throw it out!
Still unsure or want to know more? Click here for a list of recyclable (and non-recyclable) items.