PATCO TRANSIT LINE
PATCO, also known as the PATCO High Speedline, is a rapid transit system which runs between Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Camden County, New Jersey. It is operated by the Port Authority Transit Corporation, which is a subsidiary of the Delaware River Port Authority.
- Connects: Philadelphia to Camden County, NJ
- Initial Investment: $96 million
- First day of service: February 15, 1969
- Hours of operation: 24 hours a day, seven days a week
- Route miles: 14.2 miles between Lindenwold (Camden County), NJ and Center City Philadelphia
- Number of stations: 9 in New Jersey; 4 in Philadelphia
- Parking spaces: Parking is available for over 12,500 cars daily at 7 NJ stations:Lindenwold, Ashland, Woodcrest, Haddonfield, Westmont, Collingswood, and Ferry Ave.
- 2017 Annual ridership: 10.8 million riders
- 2017 Average number of weekday riders: 37,844
- Transit connections: PATCO connects to NJ Transit and SEPTA
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