Public transit is an integral part of the Krapf service mix.
In addition to providing fixed-route transit services to Chester
County residents through, the Coatesville
the southern Chester County SCCOOT,
Krapf contracts with SEPTA to provide its
Krapf Transit also operates the Navy Yard Shuttle and the PHLASH services in Philadelphia.
The Navy Yard is a modern
and dynamic 1,200 acre waterfront business campus connected to Center City via two free shuttles.
The Philadelphia PHLASH
is the quick, easy and inexpensive connection to Philadelphia historic attractions and cultural institutions.
See below to learn more how Krapf Transit can best meet your transportation needs.
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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).
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!