Living in Central Bucks County and want to get around via Public Transportation? From New Hope to Doylestown, Warminster, Chalfont and throughout the Central Bucks County area we are a centrally located region with lots of options for public transportation. Whether you are buying a home in Central Bucks County or you’ve lived here for years this post will help you get around.
This is the first post in a series on “How to Get Around in Central Bucks County.”
Central Bucks County Public Transportation Map
The Bucks County Public Transportation Map provides information about public transportation in Bucks County. The map is an interactive guide to public transportation routes and schedules for the county.
SEPTA Regional Rail Service in Central Bucks County
SEPTA Regional Rail has 13 lines that serve the Delaware Valley.
The SEPTA R5 Doylestown Line goes from the 30th Street Station in Philadelphia to the Doylestown Boro with stops in Chalfont, Del Val College and New Britain.
The SEPTA Warminster Line starts in Warminster and goes to 30th Strett Station and The University City Station. The Warminster SEPTA Train Station offers a great location for commuters who live in the Warminster, Warrington, Warwick and Ivyland areas.
According to Wikipedia SEPTA Regional Rail is the 5th busiest Regional Rail service in the US and 3rd busiest Regional rail service – only New York and Chicago are busier!
View the latest SEPTA schedules and information