Let’s face it. We southeastern Pennsylvanians are about as popular in the rest of the state as, say, New Yorkers are in Mississippi.
You get the picture. Some people appreciate us, but let’s just say it’s not a groundswell.
That’s why I was intrigued by the unveiling of a report last week by the Economy League of Greater Philadelphia and Econsult Solutions called “Understanding SEPTA’s Statewide Economic Value.”
Some people who don’t use transit, particularly in more rural parts of the state, see SEPTA as a major suck on state resources. But as the new report shows, the transit system …