Difference between revisions of "Chester (Pennsylvania)"
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Chester is a city in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. Chester is a suburb of the city of Philadelphia. The current population estimate is 30,409. The city is predominantly made up of African Americans, making up 79% of the population. Chester is known for poverty and high crime, as almost 40% of residents live below the poverty line.
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Chester is located at the junction of Interstate 476 (the Blue Route) and Interstate 95.
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SEPTA R2 Line (Regional Rail) stops at the Chester Transportation Center 
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Chester is a compact city with an excellent public transport system (SEPTA buses and Regional Rail).
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OB's Jamaican Restaurant- 1000 W 2nd St. Quality, affordable Jamaican cuisine a few blocks from PPL Park and the Commodore Barry Bridge. A good place to stop for a pre-game meal.
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