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Maintenance and Construction Work to Take Place July 8 through July 18
New schedules for SEPTA’s City, Suburban, and Victory Transit divisions go into effect beginning Sunday, June 19 and Monday, June 20, 2016.
Up to 10,000 Contactless Cards Available for Travel on Subways, Buses & Trolleys; All Existing Fare Instruments Will Remain Available for Purchase & Use Through This Testing Phase
Yours truly, ISEPTAPHILLY, was named the 9th best transportation related Instagram account in the country by Wired.
Work to take place June 5 - September 3, 2016
As part of the Rebuilding the System Program
Clean Air Council and SEPTA are coming together to celebrate bike commuters
Prestigious Honor Recognizes Cutting-Edge Program to Capture, Store and Reuse Energy Generated by Braking Trains
SEPTA's Fiscal Year 2017 Annual Service Plan
For those [very] late nights.
What's your Public Transportation Story?
As a part of our continuous efforts to enhance transit accessibility, SEPTA will introduce a route extension and alternate end of line destination for Route 53 service, effective with the new timetable, Sunday, February 21, 2016.
Ribbon Cutting Marks Completion of Federal-and State-Funded Improvements Project
There are countless ways to celebrate Black History in Philadelphia. Get there on SEPTA.
When we got married in 2012, common advice from friends and family was financial transparency. Too many marriages are strained by uncontrolled spending, they reasoned. Just keep tabs on it and we’d be fine...
The FAST Act, passed by Congress on Dec 3, will provide essential, long-term federal funding for critical transportation needs — $305 billion over five years.
SEPTA, Constellation, and Viridity Energy are announcing plans to install an 8.75-megawatt battery storage network that will capture and reuse energy generated by braking subway cars.