According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, SEPTA plans on adding parking fees at seven stations that currently offer free parking --- including Levittown and Bristol.  The change is expected to happen in 2019.

Levittown, Bristol and the five other stations that will be adding parking fees are the only remaining SEPTA lots that offer free parking.  These lots have approximately 1,500 spots combined, meaning a significant amount of added revenue for SEPTA.

The Inquirer says that commuters should expect to pay $1.25 a day or $25 for a monthly permit.  SEPTA says it will give commuters 60-days notice before the parking fees go into effect.

The five other stations affected by this change are Woodbourne, Wissahickon, Ivy Ridge, Miquon, and Conshohocken.


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