Breakfast to focus on Wawa station’s rebirth

Chester County 2020 and the Transportation Management Association of Chester County (TMACC) invite the public to hear about a SEPTA project in the works: extending service on the Media/Elwyn line to the Wawa station.

The station, which has been out of service for more than 30 years, will be revitalized with parking to support 500 users per day, according to a Chester County 2020 press release. Byron Comati. a strategic planner for SEPTA, will discuss the project and its impact on the Route 1 corridor at a breakfast meeting on Wednesday, May 13.

The event will be held at the Red Clay Room in Kennett Square. Doors open at 7 a.m., and the buffet will start at 7:15 a.m. The program will run from 7:45 to 8:45 a.m., including time for a Q & A.

To purchase tickets, which cost $15, visit http://cc2020.org/?wpsc-product=wawa-station-breakfast. Email info@cc2020.org with questions.

Chester County 2020 (CC2020) is a nonprofit change agent working to connect and educate the county's resident and business and political leaders. CC2020 engages stakeholders in cooperative efforts to address common issues; dispel misguided rumors that develop in any community discussion; and produce measurable action on issues that affect the county's quality of life, according to its website. For more information, visit http://cc2020.org.

TMACC is a nonprofit established in 1992 by PennDOT to serve as liaison between public sector transportation agencies and the private sector on transportation issues affecting the Chester County business community. Additional information can be found at http://www.tmacc.org.

 

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