Plan to restore commuter rail in West Chester could lower SEPTA's original price tag

Advocates looking to restore commuter rail service between West Chester and Philadelphia got an informal go-ahead to continue developing a plan from Borough council on Tuesday. The Committee to Reestablish Rail Service to West Chester believes service could be restored with an upfront cost of just $16.4 million, which is much lower than the $380 million price tag SEPTA placed on the project.

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