Phase III of this continuing project assessed non-motorized (pedestrian and bicycle) accessibility to six rail stations in the region. Three Burlington County RiverLINE stations (Beverly/Edgewater Park, Burlington Town Center, and Riverton) and three SEPTA rail stations (Cynwyd, Eastwick, and Oreland) were analyzed using PLOS and BLOS model software. Field measurements and observations provided data for this analysis, which was supplemented by a qualitative examination of access conditions in the immediate vicinity of each station. A summary of recommended enhancements was prepared for each station, noting strategies that would address specific problem areas. Generally, Phase III analysis found that PLOS scores tended to be somewhat higher for the New Jersey station areas studied than the Pennsylvania stations, and that PLOS scores were higher overall than BLOS scores. In many cases, comparatively minor investments in station sites and their immediate vicinity (such as bicycle racks, painted crosswalks, and signage) have the ability to markedly improve and encourage nonmotorized station access.