Welcome to the Pine Ridge Station of the SEPTA 101 Trolley in Nether Providence PA just east of Media PA.
Pine Ridge is a nice small community just north of Baltimore Pike and west of I-476/ the Blue Route. The entrance to the community is the first street going north off Baltimore Pike west of the I-476 intersection. The Pine Ridge SEPTA Stop is one block north of Baltimore Pike adjacent to the community itself. This station is one stop west of the Paper Mill Rd stop in Smedley County Park and the next stop west is Beatty Rd.
The SEPTA 101 Trolley runs from Media Borough east to the 69th Street Terminal. The Pine Ridge station has a single shelter on the south side of the tracks and does have some limited parking adjacent to the station. There is plenty of room for picking up or dropping off passengers either in the parking lot or on Pine Ridge Rd itself. It is also within walking distance of some commercial office buildings along Court House Rd to the west. The video will provide a bit better feel for the station:
Pine Ridge itself is a nice small development of single family homes encompassing a wide variety of styles and dates of construction from the 1800's to the present day. With less than 100 homes, sales over the last few years have been limited. Prices individually have been all over the board ranging from $250,000 to over $800,000, but the average prices have been more stable since 2003 varying from a low of $359,000 in 2005 to a high of $476,000 in 2007.
The Pine Ridge Station is a small convenient on demand stop on the SEPTA 101 Trolley serving the local community and should be a great commuting alternative for people living in the local area.
As always, should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me anytime.