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RE THE letter "It's an El of a ride (Dec. 11): I agree and disagree with Mr. Adamson's points regarding the Market-Frankford El. There's no doubt SEPTA could do a better job with its revenue and in turn, stop its passengers from having to dig so deep into their pockets to get to work.

RE THE letter

"It's an El of a ride (Dec. 11)

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I agree and disagree with Mr. Adamson's points regarding the Market-Frankford El. There's no doubt SEPTA could do a better job with its revenue and in turn, stop its passengers from having to dig so deep into their pockets to get to work.

But fewer stops?

I get on and off at Berks Street every day with many other riders during the rush-hour communte. Mr. Adamson, if you don't feel like sitting through some of the less-popular stops on your way home, then stop riding the B train and ride the A instead.

To suggest that SEPTA improve by eliminating stops and inconveniencing more of its riders is ridiculous.

James Gunning

Philadelphia

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