Starting this morning, straphangers can get into the holiday spirit on their morning ride to work.
That’s because some SEPTA vehicles have been converted into “sleighs” for the holiday season.
Operators of several buses, trolleys and on the Norristown High Speed line have decked the sides of their vehicles with wreaths, Christmas lights, and ornaments.
Holiday season SEPTA vehicles, dubbed "holly trolleys," were first spotted by commuters over the weekend.
Some of the lines with vehicles that have already been decorated include the Route 10 trolley, Bus #9253, Routes 101 and 102 on the Media/Sharon Hill Line and the Norristown High Speed Line.
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