Chester County
Additional Services

Chester County

Coatesville LINK
The Coatesville LINK service connects the City of Coatesville with the Borough of Parkesburg and stops at the Brandywine Hospital, Veterans Administration Medical Center, and Wal-Mart Super Center & West Sadsbury Commons. The service runs Monday through Saturday. Weekday hours differ from Saturday hours. The Coatesville LINK connects to SEPTA Route 135 and Amtrak stations in Parkesburg and Coatesville. The service is a partnership between the City of Coatesville and the Borough of Parkesburg.
The SCCOOT service runs Monday through Saturday, connecting Oxford to West Chester with stops in West Grove, Lincoln University, Kennett Square and Longwood Gardens. The service also connects to SEPTA Route 135, SEPTA Route 92, and SEPTA Route 104.
The 204 is a Regional Rail connector route in Chester County which provides service from Eagleview to Paoli Station, and includes Lionville and Exton. Route 204 operates seven days a week (with the exception of New Year's Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day).


Navy Yard Express
The Navy Yard Express consists of free shuttle routes that allow employees and visitors easy access to The Navy Yard from Center City and AT&T Station on the Broad Street Subway Line.
New AV Navy Yard Shuttle Service
Krapf Transportation of West Chester, PA, in conjunction with the Philadelphia Navy Yard and many supporting agencies, is pleased to announce the debut of the first autonomous vehicle in service in Pennsylvania.
Philly Phlash
The Philly Phlash provides a quick, easy and inexpensive connection to more than 20 must-see Center City destinations. With pick-up locations throughout Center City, just look for the PHLASH signs and have your exact change ready!

Additional Transportation Services

SEPTA / TMACC ADA Complementary Service

Another service that Rover offers is ADA Complementary Paratransit Service. This service is available to individuals who qualify under the Americans with Disabilities Act and who cannot make use of regular public transportation services. It is offered in the SEPTA service area of Chester County, which is primarily east of Route 100 and along the Business Route 30 corridor as far west as Coatesville. In addition, it is offered in the TMACC service area which is along the Route 1 and Route 52 Corridor between Oxford and West Chester and near the Business Route 30 and Route 10 Corridor between Coatesville and Parkesburg. For additional information and to see if you qualify, please call SEPTA directly at 215-580-7145 or TMACC at 610-993-0911 or click here for additional information.

Transit Affiliates