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April 12, 2017

SEPTA wants riders to name the song that defines their commute in latest contest

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A Market-Frankford subway train at 46th Street Station.

Got a song that perfectly describes your ride to and from work? SEPTA wants to know.

The transportation agency recently revealed details of its latest contest called "Name That Tune." It's encouraging riders to share one song that defines their commute for a shot to win an Anywhere TrailPass for May. 

"Do you whistle while you work?" SEPTA asks in the contest description. "How about on your way to work? Music moves us. And based on the number of headphones and earbuds we see on SEPTA everyday, we know it moves you."

Ten runners-up will get an iSEPTAPhilly T-shirt.

The "Name That Tune" contest, which ends April 23, is SEPTA's third contest this year. Previously, it asked riders to share a story about making a romantic connection with another passenger or its "How I Roll" contest that looked for stories on how riders pass the time while taking the bus, trolley, train or subway.

Enter the contest here. 

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