Philadelphia, the second-largest city on the east cost, is located midway between New York City and Washington, D.C.
Many transportation options are available to get to the region.
Getting to Philadelphia
Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is served by all major domestic carriers and is a major hub for US Airways. Visit the PHL website for more information.
Amtrak provides service to Philadelphia along the Northeast Corridor (Boston, New York, Baltimore and D.C.) as well as Keystone Service from Harrisburg and Lancaster. Amtrak trains arrive at 30th Street Station.
Bus service to Philadelphia is available from most major cities in the East. Greyhound buses arrive at their downtown terminal and 10th and Filbert Streets, while MegaBus and BoltBus go to 30th Street Station.
My Bus Home arranges motor coach transportation for area colleges at set times. The bus picks up on campus and stops in central locations in New York and New England.
Getting to Ursinus
SEPTA is the regional transportation system that provides bus, trolley, subway and regional rail service to the greater Philadelphia area. To get to Ursinus, take the Manayunk/Norristown regional rail line from 30th Street Station to Norristown. At Norristown, take the 93 bus towards Pottstown. The bus stops at the gate to campus.
Visit the SEPTA website for schedules.
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