Philadelphia Metro Area Updates

September 28, 2018

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    Here’s what you need to know about SEPTA Key Cards:

    October 1, 2018 | PA Issued Reduced Transit Fare ID Cards No Longer Accepted for Travel

    With the full transition of the SEPTA Key fare system, starting October 1st, PA issued Reduced Transit Fare ID Cards will NOT BE VALID FOR TRAVEL on SEPTA.

    October 1, 2018 | SEPTA Key Regional Rail Early Adopters Program Launching for Zone 3 Riders

    Starting October 1, 2018, customers can purchase a SEPTA Key Card and Zone 3 TrailPass. The SEPTA Key Mobile Fare Kiosk will be out between 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. at select Zone 3 Stations in September and October.

    October 1, 2018 | Fare Payment Changes at Market Frankford & Broad Street Line Stations

    A SEPTA Key Card is the way to travel. Buy a Key Card at the station Fare Kiosk or SEPTA Sales Office and load with a Pass or put money in the Travel Wallet.

    October 1, 2018 | 19th/22nd Street Trolley Stations SEPTA Key Turnstiles Going into Service

    The turnstiles roto-arms and ADA gates will go into operation at these Westbound Trolley Stations


    How can Moovit help you?

    • For the latest information check @SEPTA @SEPTASocial @NJTransit  in the Alerts Tab in Moovit
    • Always check service alerts found in the Alerts tab, to make sure you have the latest information
    • Make sure to check for changes to schedules before getting on-board
    • Traveling with a wheelchair or with a stroller? Plan your trip with confidence with Moovit’s accessible trip plan section

    Learn more about checking Alerts in Moovit in Moovit’s Help Center or on Moovit’s Blog.

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