Since this is my first post, I feel obligated to throw in a mini-bio. I was born in Philadelphia on 09/28/1980, where I lived until 1990, when my dad took a job in NYC, moving us to Montclair, NJ. My parents and I currently live in Tallahassee, FL with my Tallahassee-born wife, but since my grandparents lived in Wildwood until 2005 and Wildwood continues to be the family reunion destination of choice, I-95 and flights into PHL have been at least a semi-annual experience. Sorely missing Philadelphia despite having moved out 22 years ago, I take whatever opportunities I can to take it in. A family reunion in Wildwood this summer is giving us just such an opportunity.
OK, time for my question: how easy/hard is it to transfer between Regional Rail at Suburban Station and the Broad Street Line at City Hall? The SEPTA system map at SEPTA | Clickable Regional Rail & Rail Transit Map shows that there's a transfer, but I've never been to this particular station. Short walk? Long walk? Is there sufficient signage that someone who has _never_ used the system before could figure out how to make the connection without getting lost?