Market Access

Public Transportation
SEPTA
www.septa.com

The South Eastern Transit Authority services 325 million riders annually and offers transportation by bus, subway, high speed rail, trackless trolley, regional rail and paratransit vehicles. It offers 74 city bus routes and 43 suburban bus routes. There are 2,613 stops throughout Delaware County and a transport hub located on 69th Street in Upper Darby Township.

Roadways
PennDot
www.dot.state.pa.us
Interstate 95: connects the Mideast-Region and enables quick travel between Philadelphia, Wilmington and New Jersey

Interstate 476: serves as the North/South Interstate corridor through eastern Pennsylvania. 21.5 mile Mid-County expressway connecting Delaware and Montgomery counties accompanied by a 110 mile Northeast extention connecting Philadelphia to the Lehigh Valley, Wycoming Valley and the Pocono Mountains

Commodore Barry Bridge: Connects the Philadelphia metropolitan area with South Jersey and boasts the least traffic volume of Four toll bridges serving the Philadelphia-South Jersey Region

Rail Freight
CSX
www.csx.com

Norfolk Southern
www.nscorp.com

CSX and Norfolk Southern have access all along the I-95 cooridor in Delaware County. They serve over 20 states from the eastern seaboard to the Midwest and also serve the Canadian Provinces of Ontairo and Quebec.

Water
Penn Terminals, Inc.
www.pennterminals.com

This is traditionally the third busiest port on the Delaware River. Penn Terminals is a privately owned marine terminal and stevedoring company founded in 1986. They have expertise in the handling of containers, project, steel, forest products and perishable cargoes.

Air
Philadelphia International Airport
www.phl.org

Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is a passenger and cargo facility that sits on the border of Philadelphia and Delaware County along I-95 PHL boasts 7 terminals and 4 runways and served Over 40 million passengers in 2007, 8 million of which departed orarrived in its brand new International terminal. The airport also moves over 580,000 tons of cargo each year.

Passenger Airlines: Air Canada, Air France, Air Jamaica, AirTran Airways, American Airlines, American Eagle, America West Airlines, ATA, British Airways, Continental Airlines, Continental Express, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, Lufthansa, Midwest Express, National Airlines, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, United Express, US Airways and US Airways Express.

Cargo Airlines: Air France, America West, American Airlines, American International, BAX Global, British Airways, Capital Cargo, Continental Airlines, Delta Airlines, DHL Worldwide Express, Emery Air Freight, Express One, Federal Express, Lufthansa, Northwest Airlines, United Airlines, United Parcel Service and US Airways.