SEPTA, Frontier Bus Depot Improvement Project

SEPTA, Frontier Bus Depot Improvement Project

Project Overview

SEPTA’s Frontier Bus Depot Improvement Project aims to make upgrades to the facility while adding other bus amenities. Overall, the project consists of a roof replacement, a bus washer replacement, complete repaving, and stormwater management improvements. The facility houses and services 99 buses that provide service to nearly 15,000 riders each weekday across 26 routes in Montgomery, Bucks and Chester Counties. The project was funded by Act 89, which provides capital funds for transportation projects throughout the Commonwealth.

The major transit hub that is crucial to SEPTA’s operations in Montgomery, Bucks, and Chester counties will receive numerous upgrades, include complete repaving, roof replacing, safety and energy-efficiency upgrades, stormwater management improvements, water-recycling equipment utilizing rainwater harvesting, and more.

Envision was responsible for CPM scheduling services, including the development of the baseline schedule with follow-up monthly progress updates to the baseline schedule.

Project Information

Owner Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA)
Project Start June 2017
Project End May 2018
Project Cost $12M
Envision’s Role
  • CPM Scheduling
  • Baseline Schedule Development
  • Monthly Progress Updates