Friday, January 14, 2005

Another suggestion for SEPTA

Legislation has been introduced to allow the sale of station naming rights. Hmmm, could Suburban Station become Wachovia station instead?
Pennsylvania Rep. Rosita Youngblood said the resolution (H.R. 6) urges the state's transit authorities to sell naming rights to businesses to generate money to enhance and increase ridership, defray budget costs and preserve some of the state's most historic stations.
I admit that the notion kind of offends me aesthetically, but might be a good short-term choice for an infusion of funds...

(via Philadelphia: America's Hometown)


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