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Philadelphia Airport Shuttles: Some of the Philadelphia airport shuttle companies that serve PHL are:

Rapid Rover: looking at rapidrover.com, they are family owned and operated since 1963. They serve the South Jersey area providing shared-ride transportation to and from Philadelphia International Airport and Amtrak's 30th Street Station. They also offer door-to-door shuttle service in the tri-county area of Gloucester, Camden, and Burlington. While 48 notice is preferable, quotes and prices can be made online or by phone. There is a fuel surcharge per person. Upon arrival at PHL, you can contact them at the Ground Transportation counter at the luggage claim area via a courtesy phone. They are a AAA South Jersey partner and offer a discount to members of $5 on direct service to PHL or no fuel surcharge on shared ride service. Discounts are not available for rides from the airport. They also offer $10 discount for only the first time online residential booking. They also offer transportation to the cruise terminals at Bayonne.

Lady Liberty Shuttle: looking at ladylibertyshuttle.com, they have been in operation since 1987, offering door-to-door shuttle service to University City and Center City areas with chartered service available to Philadelphia, Delaware and New Jersey suburbs. Service is available between 5:30 AM and midnight. At PHL shuttles depart every 15 minutes and can be arranged at the Ground Transportation counter with pickups outside luggage claim zone 7. For trips to the airport, it is preferable to schedule pickups 2.5 hours prior to domestic trips. Rates vary from $10 per person for one-way trips to University and City Centers, to $12 north of Spring Garden Street, to $15 to City Avenue, to $20 person to other miscellaneous destinations with $12 per additional passenger.

Schuylkill Valley Airport Shuttle: looking at .svairportshuttle.com, they are based at Reading airport and have been providing service to PHL since 2004. They offer 4 daily roundtrips between the 2 airports with departures every three and a half hours beginning at 7:00am at RDG, and beginning at 8:30 AM at PHL. One way fares run at 75$ for a one passenger party with roundtrips costing $120. On the other hand, cost per person decreases depending on the number of passengers in your party. Children six and under ride free. Advance reservations are recommended, and seats can only be guaranteed by payment at the time of reservation.



Philadelphia International Airport(PHL): Philadelphia International Airport  is the only major airport serving Delaware Valley region (Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania). It is located approximately 7 miles from downtown Philadelphia and is the largest airport in Pennsylvania.

The airport has 7 (seven) terminals, 120 gates and 4 (four) runways, serves 29 airlines which fly to 120 different cities, 24 of which are international destinations. It features fine airport food and beverages, retail shops and also provides various facilities such as parking lots, special needs facilities and shuttles to airport terminals.

Philadelphia International Airport Details:

Philadelphia Airport Contact Info:
Address: 6999 Essington Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19153
- Phone: +1- 215-937-6937
- Email: comments@phl.org
- Website for Philadelphia Airport: http://www.phl.org


PHL Airport History: Back in 1925, PHL site was originally used as a training site for pilots of Pennsylvania National Guard. In 1927, the famous Charles Lindbergh dedicated the site as Philadelphia Municipal Airport.

The development of the airport began in 1936 and the airport was officially opened in 1940 and began serving four airlines (American, Eastern, TWA, and United). During World War II, the airport was forced to close. The airport continued its service in 1945. The same year, the name was changed to Philadelphia International airport

In 1950 the airport built its new $15 million terminal building which was completed in 1953. The Airport's $3 million Overseas Terminal was opened in April 1973 which was replaced later in 1991 with new Richardson Dilworth International Terminal A.

The airport expansion continued with the completion of 4 terminals with $300 million budget in 1977 and in 1980s with $695 million improvement programs. The parking areas were built and SEPTA made a new connection rail between airport and downtown Philadelphia.

In 2005, a study conducted by J.D. power and associates rated PHL as the best large airport in consumer satisfaction. At present, it handles 31.8 million passengers annually.

Location and Driving Directions: The airport is located 11km (7 miles) from Philadelphia.

From City Center: Take I-95 South to the airport exit or take the I-76 or Schuylkill Expressway East and follow signs to airport.

From PA Turnpike: Take the exit at the mid-county exit (Route 476) and then drive along 476 South to I-95. Take I-95 northbound to the Philadelphia International Airport exit.

From New Jersey: Take exit 3 and follow signs to Walt Whitman Bridge. After the toll plaza, stay in the far right lane and then take I-95 South to the airport exit.

From Delaware: Take I-95 North to the airport exit.



Philadelphia Other Means of Airport Transportation: The information for Ground Transportation can be found at the Ground Transportation Information Counter located inside each baggage claim area in every terminals or call hotline: (215) 937-6958. Available transportation choices are:

Taxis: Taxis can be hailed at Zone 5 on the Commercial Transportation Roadway. Taxi rates are based per trip not per person and most can accommodate up to 3 passengers, in certain vehicles types, 4 passengers.

Flat rate $28.50 is applied from airport Central Philadelphia Area. Minimum fare to any destination is $10.00.

Other fares based on the meter upon entry (flag drop) and rate per mile. Additional airport fee is applicable. It is advisable to ask the rate and method of payment before taking the taxi.


Sedan and Limousine Services: Sedan and Limousine services can be picked up at Zone 6 and Airport Shuttle services can be picked up at Zone 7 on the Commercial Transportation Roadway. 

The Ground Transportation Information representative can assist customers by providing them with a list of transportation providers and transportation options. The representatives will give instructions on how to contact the provider. They will also alert customers once the provider arrives.

Rental Cars: Information phones are available at all baggage claim areas for each of the on-airport car rental agencies. Vehicles equipped with hand controls are available at all of these agencies. If special arrangements are required, customers are advised to give 72 hours advance notice during reservation in the agencies.

Trains:
The rail service between the airport and Center City Philadelphia is operated by SEPTA via R1 Commuter Rail line. The stations are located at Airport Terminals A-East, B, C, D and E. All are accessible by wheelchair. For Fare and information:

SEPTA - Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority
Phone: (215) 580-7800
TDD: (215) 580-7712
Web: http://www.septa.org



Philadelphia Airport Parking: PHL designated more than 17,000 spaces for parking facilities to ensure the convenience of travelers.

The airport parking facilities offered are below:

Cell Phone Waiting lot: The lot features 150 spaces and is designated for picking up arriving passengers only. It is free of charge and is just one minute drive from the airport’s baggage claim areas. Cars should not be left unattended.

Garage Parking: The Garage offers both short term and long term parking which are available in all terminals (Terminal A, B, C, D, E & F). However, due to height restriction, oversize lift vehicles exceeding a height limit of 6 feet, such as wheelchair-equipped vans cannot enter the garage and may park in Economy Parking Lot. Rates are as below:

- Up to 30 mins, $3.00
- Up to 1 hours, $5.00
- Up to 1½ hours, $7.00
- Up to 2 hours, $9.00
- Up to 2.5 hours, $12.00
- Up to 3 hours, $15.00
- Up to 3½ hours, $17.00
- Up to 24 hours, $20.00
- Daily, $20.00

Short Term Parking:Short term parking is located on the ground level at baggage claim in terminal A, B, C, D and E. Rates are below:

- Up to 30 mins, $3.00
- Up to 1 hours, $5.00
- Up to 1½ hours, $7.00
- Up to 2 hours, $9.00
- Up to 2.5 hours, $12.00
- Up to 3 hours, $15.00
- Up to 3½ hours, $17.00
- Up to 4 hours, $20.00
- Daily, $38.00

Economy Parking:This lot offers the cheapest option for long term parking. It is remote exterior lot located past Terminal F. Free blue and white airport shuttles serve the lot every 8 minutes, 24 hrs a day to and from the terminals. Flat rate: $ 11.00.

Airport Parking Information: For more information about the parking facilities, contact the PHL Parking Authority at (215) 683-9840



Philadelphia Airport Hotels:

On-site Hotel: The only hotel in airport ground is Airport Marriot Hotel. The hotel is connected to terminal B via the sky bridge.
Address : Philadelphia International Airport Arrivals Roadway, Philadelphia, PA 19153
Ph. (215) 492-9000, Toll-free (800)-682-4087

Off-site Airport Hotels:A selection of hotels near the airport is listed below:
- Aloft Hotel at Philadelphia Airport, 4301 Island Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19153, Ph. (267) 298-1700 Toll-Free: (877)-GO-ALOFT
- Comfort Inn, 53 Industrial Highway Essington, PA 19029 , Ph. (610) 521-9800
- Econo Lodge, 600 Route 291Lester, PA 19029 , Ph. (610) 521-3900
- Embassy Suites, 9000 Bartram Ave.Philadelphia, PA 19153, Ph. (215) 365-4500
- Extended Stay America, 9000 Tinicum Blvd.Philadelphia, PA 19153, Ph. (215) 492-6766
- Extended Stay Studio Plus, 8880 Bartram Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19153, Ph. (215) 365-4360
- Hampton Inn, 8600 Bartram Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19153, Ph. (215) 966-1300
- Hilton, 4509 Island Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19153, Ph. (215) 365-4150
- Holiday Inn Stadium, 10th & Packer Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19148 Ph. (215) 755-9500
- Marriot Courtyard, 8900 Bartram Ave.Philadelphia, PA 19153, Ph. (215) 365-2200
- Quality Inn, 45 Industrial Highway Essington, PA 19029, Ph. (610) 521-2400
- Rennaisance Hotel, 500 Stevens DrivePhila., PA 19113, Ph. (610) 521-5900
- Ramada Philadelphia Airport, 76 Industrial HighwayEssington, PA 19029 , Ph. (610) 521-9600
- Red Roof Inn, 49 Industrial Highway Essington, PA 19029, Ph. (610) 521-5090
- Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Philadelphia Airport, 7890 Penrose Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19153, Ph. (215) 492-1611
- Sheraton Four Pointes, 4101 A Island Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19153, Ph. (215) 492-0400
- Sheraton Suites, 4101 B Island Ave.Philadelphia, PA 19153, Ph. (215) 365-6600



Airport Terminal Information: The airport houses 7 terminals: terminal A-East, A-West, B, C, D E, which are all interconnected without having to pass security screening and terminal F which is separated from all.

The terminals offers services and facilities such as ATMs, duty-free shops, information services, food and beverages, carts, language assistance, and disabled facilities.

Terminal A-West: This terminal is newly opened in 2003 with advanced and innovative designs. It handles all international flights (except Canada) and domestic flights for US Airways.

All international arrivals are handled in terminal A-west where US Immigration and Customs facilities/services are designated.

Terminal A-West houses 13 gates: A14 – A26.

Terminal A-West Airlines: Major Airlines operating from Terminal A-West are:
- British Airways, (800) 247-9297, www.british-airways.com
- Lufthansa, (800) 645-3880, www.lufthansa.com
- US Airways, (800) 428-4322, www.usaairways.com

Shops in Terminal A-West (Gifts, books, magazine and newsstands):
- Airport wireless
- Brookstone
- Flagworld
- Hudson News
- International shoppes (duty free)
- Taxco Sterling

Food and Drinks Terminal A-West:
- Au Bon Pain
- Chickie’s & Pete’s
- Famous Famiglia Pizza
- Flight Meals
- Maki of Japan
- McDonalds
- Yummy Pretzels
- Hudson Euro Café (at International arrivals Hall)

Consumer Services in Terminal A-West:
- Parkway Information Services
- Travelex foreign exchange
- Xpress Spa
- ATMs

Terminal A-East: This terminal has 13 gates: A1 – A13. The terminal mainly handles domestic carriers and international flights for Air Jamaica, USA 3000 and occasionally, departure of US airways international flights and chartered flights.

Terminal A-East Airlines: Major Airlines operating from Terminal A-East are:
- Air Jamaica, (800) 523–5585, www.airjamaica.com
- American Airlines/American Eagle, (800) 433–7300, (800) 543–1586 (TDD), www.aa.com
- Delta Airlines/Delta Connection, (800) 221–1212, (800) 831–4488 (TDD), www.delta.com
- Frontier Airlines, (800) 432–IFLY, (800) 872–3608 (TDD), www.frontierairlines.com
- Midwest Airlines, (800) 452–2022, www.midwestexpress.com
- USA 3000, (877) 872–3000, www.usa3000.com

Shops in Terminal A-East (Gifts, books, magazine and newsstands):
- CNBC News Philadelphia
- Explore Philadelphia
- International Shoppes (Duty Free)

Food and Drinks Terminal A-East:
- Destination PHL
- Guava & Java
- Jack Duggan’s Pub
- Salad Works
- Villa Fresh Italian Kitchen
- Yummy Pretzels

Consumer Services in Terminal A-East:
- Aviation Play station
- Parkway Information Service
- Magic Shoe Shine
- Travelex foreign exchange
- ATMs
- Aero Clinic
- America Cash Express
- The UPS Store

Terminal B: Terminal B has 16 gates: B1 – B16, and mainly serves only US Airways. There is a large food court and Philadelphia market shopping mall between Terminal B and Terminal C.

Terminal B Airlines: Major Airlines operating from Terminal B are:
- US Airways, (800) 428–4322, (800) 245–2966 (TDD), www.usaairways.com

Shops in Terminal B (Gifts, books, magazine and newsstands):
- Afaze (Ladies Accessories)
- Airport wireless
- Beauty Accessories
- CNBC News Philadelphia
- Ed Hardy
- Flag World
- Invisible Shield by Zagg
- Magic Pens
- Murano Glass Jewelry
- Neat Company
- Phily Gifts and Souveniers
- Rosettas Stone (Language Software)
- Taxco Sterling (Jewelry)
- Time to fly (Watches & Gifts)
- Stellar News & Gifts (Terminal B/C Baggage Claim)

Food and Drinks in Terminal B:
- Auntie Anne’s Gourmet Pretzels
- Bassett’s Turkey & Salad
- Dunkin Donuts
- Eat at Joe’s
- Mrs. Fields
- Philly Bends & Twists
- Villa Fresh Italian Chicken
- Johnnie’s dog house

Consumer Services in Terminal B:
- Aero Clinic
- America Cash Express
- The UPS Store
- ATMs

Terminal C: Terminal C contains 16 gates: C16 – C31, and like terminal B, it serves US Airways.

Terminal C Airlines: Major Airlines operating from Terminal A-East are:
US Airways, (800) 428–4322, (800) 245–2966 (TDD), www.usaairways.com

Shops in Terminal C (Gifts, books, magazine and newsstands):
- Airport wireless
- Erwin Pearl
- CNBC News Philadelphia
- Fashion Accessories
- Invisible Shield by Zagg
- Magic Pens
- Neat Company
- Rosetta’s Stone (Language Software)
- Radio Road
- Taxco Sterling (Kiosk)

Food and Drinks Terminal C:
- Au Bon Pain
- Chickie’s & Pete’s
- Freshens Treats
- Philly Pretzels
- Philly Steak & Gyro
- Sbarro’s Italian Eatery
- Sweet Flights

Consumer Services in Terminal C:
- Parkway Information Services
- Xpress Spa
- ATMs

Terminal D: There are 16 gates in this terminal: D1 – D16.. The airport built a new Terminal D/E connector with additional security checkpoint and new food/beverage, shops and artwork.

Terminal D Airlines: Major Airlines operating from Terminal A-East are:
- Air Canada, (888) 247–2262, www.aircanada.com
- AirTran Airways, (800) 825–8538, (770) 996–9000 (TDD), www.airtran.com
- Continental/Continental Express, (800) 525–0280, (800) 343–9195 (TDD), www.continental.com
- Delta Airlines /Delta Connection, (800) 221–1212, (800) 831–4488 (TDD), www.delta.com
- United Airline/United Express, (800) 241–6522, (800) 323–0170 (TDD), www.united.com

Shops in Terminal D (Gifts, books, magazine and newsstands):
- CNBC News Philadelphia
- Flag World
- Stellar News & Gifts
- Borders
- Brookstone
- Crocs
- InMotion Entertainment
- Lids/Lids Kids

Food and Drinks Terminal D:
- Burger King
- Dunkin Donuts
- Famous King of Pizza
- Jay’s Pretzels
- Le Petit Bistro
- Peet’s Coffee & Tea
- Sunglass Hut
- Taxco Sterling
- Tech Showcase

Consumer Services in Terminal D:
- Parkway Information Services
- Magic Shoe Shine
- Please Touch Aviation Play Station
- Time Flys Massage
- Travelex Currency Exchange
- ATMs

Terminal E: Terminal E houses 17 gates: E1 – E17. In 2008, Concourse E just completed a fan-shaped extension at the end of the concourse which houses 3 additional gates. Another new expansion is opened for public on February 2010 featuring seven new gates, 500 seats, new restrooms, a mini-food, the atrium style glass enclosure and stunning new artwork.

Terminal E Airlines: Major Airlines operating from Terminal A-East are:
- Southwest Airlines, (800) 435–9792, (800) 533–1305, www.southwest.com
- AirTran Airways, (800) 825–8538, (770) 996–9000 (TDD), www.airtran.com
- Delta Airlines/Delta Connection, (800) 221–1212, (800) 831–4488 (TDD), www.delta.com

Shops in Terminal E (Gifts, books, magazine and newsstands):
- CNBC News Philadelphia
- Pennsylvania Market (Gifts)
- Sports Collectibles
- Stellar News & Gifts

Food and Drinks Terminal E:
- Bassett’s Turkey & Salads
- Chickie’s & Pete’s
- Cibo Market Express
- Guava & Java
- Maki of Japan
- Mc Donald’s
- Yummy Pretzels

Consumer Services in Terminal E:
- Parkway Information Services
- ATMs

Terminal F: Terminal F hosts most gates in PHL, 39 gates: F1 – F39 spread in 3 concourses : Concourse 1, 2 and 3. It serves only US Airways flights.

Terminal F Airlines: Major Airlines operating from Terminal A-East are:
- US Airways, (800) 428–4322, (800) 245–2966, www.usaairways.com

Shops in Terminal F (Gifts, books, magazine and newsstands):
- Hudson News (Duty Free)

Food and Drinks Terminal F:
- Asian Chao
- Au Bon Pain
- Good To Go
- Hudson News/Euro Café
- Sbarro’s Italian Eatery
- Yummy Pretzels

Consumer Services in Terminal F:
- Parkway Information Services
- Magic Shoe Shine
- ATMs

Food Court and Shopping Mall:
Philadelphia International Airport has its own complex of Food Court and Shopping Mall, located between Terminal B and Terminal C.

Shops Gifts, books, magazine and newsstands):
- The Body Shop
- Bose (electronic)
- Border’s Book
- Brighton Collectibles
- Brooks Brothers
- Brookstone (travel & home accessories)
- Fire & Ice (Jewelry)
- Gap
- Hallmark Cards
- Harley Davidson
- InMotion Entertainment
- Jack Georges (handbags, watches & leather goods)
- Johnston & Murphy (Men’s shoes & Accessories)
- Lids (hats)
- Pennsylvania Market (Gifts/clothing)
- PGA tour Shop
- Sunglass Hut
- Swarovski
- Wisteria (Fashion accessories and Gift)

Food and Drinks:
- Asian Chao
- Bassett’s Turkey & Salad Café
- Chick–Fil–A
- Dunkin Donuts
- Johnnie’s Dog House
- Philly Steak & Gyro
- Sbarro’s Italian Eatery

Consumer Services:
- Parkway Information Services
- Phoenix Shoe Shine
- ATMs

Visual Paging: LCD visual paging monitors are conveniently located throughout the Airport. The visual paging monitors communicate messages that are also broadcast over the Airport's public address system.

Language Assistance: Language assistance can be provided upon request for foreign travelers by calling the Communications Center from any white Airport information telephone or by speaking directly to a bilingual receptionist at the Passenger Assistance Counter located at the exit to U.S. Customs in the Terminal A-West baggage claim area.

Luggage Carts: Luggage carts are available throughout the terminals with fee of $4.

Emergency/Medical Facilities: The AeroClinic is available on the Terminal A-East/B Connector for emergencies and health care. The clinic is open every day 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Some medical insurance are accepted.

Disabled Facilities: Family Restrooms and TTD phones are located throughout the Airport. Locator signs for the closest TDD phones are positioned at each bank of telephones in the Airport. Video phones to assist hearing and speech-impaired travelers are located in Terminal C across from Gate C-16.

Kids Corner: Kids Corner offers educative, comfortable and fun flights waiting in the airport for mothers and young children. The Aviation Play Station in Terminal D and Ready for take Off in Terminal A-East offer interactive displays to introduce the children to the world of aviation.

Wireless Internet: Wireless Internet is available in every terminal. For weekdays, the fee for the wireless internet is $7.95/day and for weekends, it is free. Students can get free internet access by presenting student ID at any Airport Information Counter and obtaining an authorization code for Internet access.

Lost and Found: Lost & Found is located in the Communications Center, which can be accessed on the Departures Roadway between Terminals C and D.

Pet Relief: There are 7 pet relief areas provided in PHL. Below are the locations of pet relief areas:

On the Departures Road: - Between Terminals A-West and A-East.
- Between Terminal B/C ticketing and the Airport Communications Center.
- After Terminal E.
- After Terminal F.

On the Arrivals side: - Adjacent to Terminal A-East bag claim.
- Terminal B bag claim along the Commercial Vehicle Road .
- Terminal B bag claim along the Commercial Vehicle Road .

Airlines Lounges: The following lounges are available under the corresponding terminal:
- Terminal A-East, American Airlines Admirals Club.
- Terminal A-West, British Airways Lounge and US Airways Envoy Lounge.
- Terminal B/C Connector, US Airways and US Airways Club.
- Terminal C/D Walkway, United Airlines Red Carpet Club.
- Terminal F, US Airways US Airways Club.

Security Check Points:

- All liquids must be contained in a bottle 3 ounces or less and placed inside a one quart, clear, plastic, zip-top bag. Only one bag per passenger is permitted. There are exceptions for baby food/formula as well as items needed for special medical purposes.
- Laptops, camcorders, CD players, and electronic hand-held games are permitted as carry-ons. Laptops must be removed from their cases and placed in a plastic bin at the X-ray machine.
- Firearms, sharp knives, box cutters, mace, golf clubs, and most sporting goods equipment are among numerous items that are not permitted in carry-on luggage.

For more detailed information, check the Transportation Security Administration website at www.tsa.gov



City of Philadelphia: This city of Brotherly love, also well known as a friendly city with a population of more than 1.54 million is the largest city in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the sixth most densely populated in USA.

Philadelphia is considered one of the most important historical cities in US. The city played a significant role in the founding of United States of America, and once served as the temporary capital city of USA during 1790-1800.

Philadelphia is a melting pot of America with a number of ethnics groups and communities living in same neighborhood side by side. It is a dynamic city, with booming developments but at the same time it tries to preserve the uniqueness of the small town atmosphere, neighborhoods, trees and parks.

Tourism plays an important role in the economy of Philadelphia. It has lots to offer, from historical places like Eastern State Penitentiary, The Benjamin Franklin Bridge, and the United States Mint, Museums, to the Culinary, arts, zoo, aquarium and shopping centers.

City of Philadelphia History: The site where Philadelphia city was built was originally occupied by Native Americans called Lenape Indians or Delaware Indians. In 1681, despite a charter granted to William Penn by Charles II of England as part of debt repayment, he bought the land from the Lenape on good terms.

Penn and his cousin laid out a city that he called Philadelphia from the word “philly” that means “brotherly love”. The lay out was in grid, with large lots, wide streets and 5 parks, four of which still exists. Penn and his followers, The “Quakers” were sharp and intelligent people. By 1770, the city was established as the most important business center in British Empire and colonies.

Philadelphia is a place where America began. Before the revolutionary war took place, the city hosted the first Continental Congress and during the war the second Continental Congress which signed the The United States Declaration of Independence that stated the parting of the colonies from British Empire. The declaration was completed on July 4th, 1776 and it is marked as the Independence Day of America

City of Philadelphia Geography: Philadelphia lies on the confluence of the Delaware and Schuylkill rivers on the eastern side of Pennsylvania commonwealth. It has a total area of 142.6 square miles and of which 5.25% is water, which is comprised of The Delaware, Schuylkill rivers, Cobbs, Wissahickon and Pennypack creeks.

Philadelphia has many distinctive neighborhoods, such as Center City which is the most historic areas of the city, including Independence National Park, home to Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell; the Benjamin Franklin Parkway and Fairmount Park the area from City Hall to the Philadelphia Art Museum is home to many of the cities museums and Philadelphia Library; Bridesburg-Kensington-Richmond, the industrial area.

Philadelphia Climate and Weather: Philadelphia has a humid subtropical climate and features 4 different seasons. Summer is hot and ocean air brings in the humidity, July and August are the hottest and most humid. Winter is cold with occasional snow and snowstorm which is unpredictable. Falls and springs are mild, days are warm and nights are cool, it is the most pleasant time to be in the city.

City of Philadelphia General Information:

City of Philadelphia Mayor's Office:
- Address: City Hall, Office of the Mayor, Rm 215, Philadelphia, PA 19107
- Telephone: (215) 686-2250, Facsimile: (215) 686-2180 - http://www.phila.gov/mayor/

Philadelphia Police Department:
- One Franklin Square, Philadelphia, PA 19106 - Ph. (215) 686-1776 / 3053
- Emergencies Only Dial 911



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