Phase II of the two part study assess pedestrian and bicycle accessibility in the areas surrounding Ardmore Junction, Avondale park and Ride, and Lindenwold Station using PLOS and BLOS software. Field views were conducted to collect data and assess non-motorized mobility enhancements supporting station access. The analysis revealed that even where pedestrian access within a quarter mile radius was acceptable, bicycle access within a mile radius may be unacceptable. The Absence of road buffers along sidewalks, visible striping at intersections, and appropriate bicycle racks at stations all degrade the non-motorized travel environment. Improvements in the buffering, striping, and bicycle racks at stations and their surrounding areas would do a lot to improve the non-motorized access and use of transit stations.