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13th Street (SEPTA station)

13th Street
SEPTA rapid transit and tram station
13th Street station entrance on Northeast corner of intersection
Station statistics
Address Market Street between Thirteenth and Juniper Streets
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Coordinates
Line(s)
  Subway–Surface Trolleys all routes
Connections City Bus SEPTA City Buses
Suburban Bus SEPTA Suburban Buses
Structure type Underground
Platforms
Tracks
Other information
Opened 1908
Electrified 700 volts DC(MFL)
Overhead lines(SST)
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Owned by City of Philadelphia, leased to SEPTA
Formerly 13th/Juniper
Services
Preceding station   SEPTA   Following station
toward 69th Street
Market–Frankford Line
toward Frankford
Subway–Surface Trolleys Terminus
toward Darby
Subway–Surface Trolleys
Subway–Surface Trolleys
toward Angora Loop
Subway–Surface Trolleys
toward Eastwick Loop
Subway–Surface Trolleys

13th Street (formerly 13th/Juniper Street) is a SEPTA Market-Frankford Line and Subway-Surface Lines station in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, under Market Street between 13th and Juniper Streets in Center City. The station serves the Market–Frankford Line and as the terminus for all five routes of the Subway–Surface Trolley Lines. Until 2011, it was named the 13th Street stop on the Market–Frankford Line and as the Juniper terminus for the Subway–Surface Trolleys.

The Market–Frankford Line platforms are located one story below ground level, connected to the Center City Commuter Connection concourse. The south concourse, accessible from the eastbound platform, features underground access to SEPTA's headquarters and transit museum, located at 1234 Market Street.

The Subway–Surface trolley platform for Routes 10, 11, 13, 34, and 36 is located two stories below ground level, and is accessible only by escalator or stairway from the Market–Frankford platforms. The station is located at the end of the Subway–Surface Line on a balloon loop located under Juniper Street, and features a single track with all trolleys operating in the same direction. Inbound trolleys discharge passengers on the southernmost portion of the platform. The trolley then proceeds to pick up passengers at either Berth 1 or Berth 2. Routes 10, 11 and 13 board at Berth 1, which is located on the northernmost portion of the platform. Routes 34 and 36 board at Berth 2, which is in the center of the platform. Upon departure of the station, the track wraps around and heads west towards 15th Street station. It also features a short spur track to the northeast that is occasionally used to park stranded or dead trolleys.

Station layout

G Street Level Entrances/Exits
B1
Platform level
Side platform, doors will open on the right
Westbound Market–Frankford Line toward 69th Street (15th Street)
Eastbound Market–Frankford Line toward Frankford (11th Street)
Side platform, doors will open on the right
B2
Platform level
Side platform, doors will open on the right
Westbound Subway–Surface Lines toward 63rd and Malvern Loop, Darby, Angora Loop, or Eastwick Loop (15th Street)

SEPTA bus connections

SEPTA City Buses

SEPTA Suburban Buses


References

External links

  • SEPTA 13th Street MFL and Juniper Street Trolley Station
  • 13th Street entrance from Google Maps Street View
  • Juniper Street entrance from Google Maps Street View
69th Street-bound Market-Frankford tracks
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