Port Authority Transit Company, or PATCO, is a high-speed rail system owned by the Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA). Currently, the only full route PATCO operates is the Lindenwold Line, which operates between Philadelphia PA, Camden NJ, and Lindenwold, NJ.
Headquarters Location: 1601 South Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA, 19148
All of PATCO’s current fleet was rebuilt by Alstom into what is now known as PATCO III cars. They were originally built by Budd and Canadian Vickers in 1968-1970 as PATCO I and PATCO II cars. Most of which were single-ended cars. All cars sport modern interiors with interior TV screens, modern automatic announcements, and modern seats. All exterior signs were replaced with modern LED display signs.
|1968-1970 Budd MU PATCO III|
(Rebuilt by Alstom in 2017)
This list may not be complete.
|Model||Fleet Numbers||Used For|
|1936 Brill MU||402-403||402-Station Trash Removal403-Maintenance of Way Service|
|1937 Baldwin 61 Ton Locomotive||404-405||404 used for parts on 405|
|Flat Cars||441, 443||443 Modified to be used for station cleaning service|
|Refer||444||Used for Storage|