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Septa 24/7 t-shirt, $17 (reg. $24) at Print Liberation

Philly photo blogger Conrad Benner, the face behind Streets Dept, has partnered with Print Liberation to design this tee inspired by Benner's now-viral petition to resurrect late-night service on Septa. No idea what we're talking about? Keep reading.

Benner's petition, which advocates for 24/7 service on the Market-Frankford El and Broad Street Line, garnered over 1,500 signatures in just 48 hours after its launch two weeks ago. (It's now at 2,269 and counting.) The fanfare was enough to prompt a response from reps of the sleepy transit authority, who are considering instating a late-night pilot program this summer.

Circling back to the t-shirt, it's hand-printed in Print Liberation's Philly studio, making this a real Philadelphia effort. Better still, the tee is 30% off right now, so get rad before you get mad.
· SEPTA 24/7 T-shirt [Print Liberation]
· Streets Dept [Official Site]
· Run the Market-Frankford El and Broad Street Line Subway 24/7 [Change.org]