The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) is a regional public transportation authority that operates the bus, rapid transit, commuter rail, light rail, and electric trolleybus services for nearly 4 million people in five counties in and around Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. SEPTA has the 6th-largest U.S. rapid transit system by ridership, and the 5th largest overall transit system, with about 306 million annual trips. SEPTA is one of only two U.S. transit authorities that operates all of the five major types of terrestrial transit vehicles: regional (commuter) rail trains, heavy rapid transit (subway/elevated) trains, light rail vehicles (trolleys), trolleybuses, and motorbuses. (The other is Boston's Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority). Since 1980, SEPTA has operated 141 light rail vehicles and 125 fourth generation Broad Street Line cars built by Kawasaki.
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