Let SEPTA get you to your games and shows. The Broad Street Line is the absolute best route to all the events at the Sports and Entertainment Complex in South Philadelphia. Offering quick service and unbeatable convenience without parking hassles or lengthy traffic jams. Leave the driving to SEPTA.
The Broad Street Line drops you steps from Citizens Bank Park, Lincoln Financial Field, Wells Fargo Center and Xfinity Live!. It takes about 11 minutes to travel from City Hall to NRG Station on a local train; the average trip time from Temple University/Cecil B. Moore is 19 minutes. Click here for a schedule.
One way fare is $2.50 cash. Monthly and weekly TrailPasses and TransPasses are accepted on the Broad Street Line as well as the One Day Convenience Pass and the One Day Independence Pass. Quick Trips are available from the Fare Kiosks located at all Broad Street and Market-Frankford Line stations. The kiosks accept credit/debit cards and cash [no exact change needed!]. You can purchase one-way Quick Trip tickets for travel at any MFL/BSL station for use at any MFL/BSL station. This allows you the flexibility to buy two Quick Trips at one time – one for the start of your trip, and the second for your return trip. All Quick Trip tickets must be used on the date of purchase. Quick Trips do not work on the bus.
Your best bet, is a SEPTA Key card. Like a Quick Trip, it is also available from the Fare Kiosks but unlike a Quick Trip, it is reloadable and reusable. And it charges $2 per ride/$1 per transfer versus the $2.50 cash fare.
The Travel Wallet is the perfect option for customers who currently use cash or tokens and transfers. It's also a convenient choice for riders who may only need SEPTA a few days a week or month as well as occasional transit customers because it eliminates the need to go out and buy tokens or have exact change. Your SEPTA Key card loaded with money in the Travel Wallet will always have the correct fare to pay for your ride. For added convenience, you can load and reload money to the Travel Wallet. There won't be any need to get a new card until it expires.
As soon as you put money in the Travel Wallet on your SEPTA Key card you can tap at the red validator pad on a SEPTA Bus, Trolley, or Trackless Trolley farebox or Market-Frankford, Broad Street/Broad-Ridge Spur, or Norristown High Speed Line turnstile. If your trip requires a transfer, you can seamlessly tap your Key card at the validator pad for your connecting trip and the $1.00 transfer cost will be deducted. Right now the Travel Wallet cannot be used to pay for a Regional Rail fare.
You can load/reload your Travel Wallet at all SEPTA Sales Offices, Market-Frankford and Broad Street Line Station and Bus Loop Fare Kiosks, online through the SEPTA Key website or the SEPTA Key Customer Call Center.
Funds in your Travel Wallet can only be used to pay for one (1) person, including transfers. It cannot be tapped multiple times to pay for anyone traveling with you. You can have both a current TransPass or Convenience Pass and money in a Travel Wallet on a SEPTA Key card but you will not be able to access the Travel Wallet funds if there are still rides left on your Weekly or Monthly TransPass.
Please don't forget to register your SEPTA Key card to protect the funds in your Travel Wallet in the event your card is ever lost or stolen.
Best part – your SEPTA Key gets you more than just a ride. Flash it for discounts on food, drink, museums, sports, shops and more. Click here for a full list of Partners.
The Broad Street Line is also the best way to performances at The Kimmel Center, the Academy of Music, and the University of the Arts Merriam Theater. All of which are accessible from Walnut-Locust Station.
The Broad Street Line runs 24 Hours on weekends. On weekdays, Night Owl Bus Service replaces train service.
SEPTA operates Sports Express service on the Broad Street Line to a number of events at the Sports Complex, making stops at these stations: Fern Rock Transportation Center, Olney Transportation Center, Erie, Girard, Spring Garden, Race-Vine, City Hall and Walnut-Locust.
Immediately following the conclusion of events, customers will find northbound trains waiting to provide local and express service back towards Center City and Fern Rock Transportation Center.
All Regional Rail Lines, the Market-Frankford Line and many trolley and bus routes provide convenient connections with the Broad Street Line. Free weekend parking is available at most Regional Rail lots.
The choice is yours. You can yell and scream at other drivers while stuck in traffic or you can shout and holler at the arena and leave the driving to SEPTA.