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.

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