How much would train tickets cost from Longhorne, Pa to Springfield, Pa directly?

i need it directly for saftey purposes

Update:

closer to bucks county i think.

i hope so

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Well, from Langhorne you must take the commuter train of R3 to Clifton-Aldan, Primos, Secane or Morton station, all of those are near or at Springfield.

    The cost of the ticket is US$ 7.

  • Albert
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    There a 3 towns in Southeast PA named Springfield.

    Which one ar you lookng for?

    Delaware County's or Bucks County's

    .

    The one in Bucks County is closer to Langhorne.

  • 1 decade ago

    If you want the most direct route, call SEPTA at 215-580-7800 or goto www.septa.org. If you just take the Regional Rails, you might end up nowhere near where you want to go.

    My guess is take the Langhorne Train to Center City, and then take the El to 69th Street (weekends - El Shuttle 40th to 69th Street) and then take the 101 to Springfield.

    But my best advice is call SEPTA or use their website.

    Source(s): Personal knowledge of the SEPTA system.
  • Bill S
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    About $7 on SEPTA. That's the max one-way fare, and you'd have to come all the way through Center City and change trains.

    There is no "directly". Changing trains is safe.

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  • CMM
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    Septa has a trip planner on their website. It might help you get oriented and figure out fares.

    http://airs.septa.org/bin/query.exe/en?

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