Transit

There are a plethora of transit options available in the greater Chester County area. Use the information and links in the table below or visit the Transportation Management Association of Chester County at http://www.tmacc.org.

Service Overview
Beeline Bus Stops on the Beeline include downtown Coatesville, Thorndale, SEPTA’s R5 train station in Downingtown, Exton Square Mall, The Commons at Great Valley, Siemens Medical Systems, Becket and Lee law firm and The Vanguard Group. The bus also serves several shopping centers, apartment complexes, housing subdivisions and daycare centers along its route.
Coatesville Link English

Coatesville Link Spanish

The Coatesville Link, a service of the TMACC, is a partnership between the City of Coatesville and the Borough of Parkesburg. The Coatesville Link bus service connects the City of Coatesville with the Borough of Parkesburg with stops at the Brandywine Hospital, Veterans Administration Medical Center, Highlands Corporate Center and Wal-Mart Super Center/ West Sadsbury Commons. The service runs Monday through Saturday.
Krapf’s “A” In 1992, Krapf’s took over the “Route A” between Coatesville, Downingtown, Exton and West Chester – formally the “Route 120” – developing it into a quality public transportation service, picking up more than 1,200 daily passengers, seven days a week, between the hours of 5:30 AM and 11:00 PM. Other fixed public transit routes include the City of Coatesville’s Link, Beeline, the Rambler serving Upper Merion Township, and southern Chester Counties’ SCCOOT services
Amtrak Amtrak has stops in Exton, Downingtown, Coatesville, and Parkesburg. Use this link to see the list of Pennsylvania stations in our area.

SEPTA in Chester County

SEPTA is made up of buses, subways, trolleys, trackless trolleys, high speed rail and commuter trains – commonly referred to as Regional Rail. Each of these services together create a wide reaching transportation network allowing visitors and residents to explore the wonders of this great region.
Rover Why drive, when in most cases you can roam around Chester County for as little as 75 cents! With 77 Rover shuttles moving daily, we can transport you to and from the destination of your choice – trips to the doctor or to the grocery store; to the mall, church, club meetings, to the train station or to visit a friend – all within Chester County. Rover can also provide hassle-free travel to Philadelphia or Wilmington for medical appointments. Everyone … all ages, ambulatory or in need of wheelchair accessibility … is welcome to ride Rover.

To register to ride or for additional information call 610-594-3911 or toll free 1-877-873-8415.

[pdf] Chester County Transportation Map of transit system [PDF] .

Note: Overviews taken from each service’s website.