Welcome to SEPTA Key

SEPTA Key is a very different take on our legacy magnetic stripe passes, tokens, and transfers. It is the future of fare payment with one, reloadable, contactless chip card that offers a host of options for seamless travel and self-service flexibility. Read more about the SEPTA Key Program.

January 12, 2019 | Weekend Fare Inspection at Jefferson Station

The SEPTA Key Weekend fare inspection process at Center City Regional Rail Stations expands to Jefferson Station beginning Saturday, January 12th.

January 7, 2019 | NORRISTOWN HIGH SPEED LINE: SEPTA Key Turnstiles Going into Service at 69th Street & Norristown Transportation Centers

The turnstiles roto-arms and ADA gates will go into operation at 69th Street Transportation Center and Norristown.

November 17, 2018 | Weekend Fare Inspection at Suburban Station

Key Fare Inspection at Suburban Station

A pilot program to expand the SEPTA Key fare inspection process to Weekends, at Center City Regional Rail Stations, will begin at Suburban Station on Saturday, November 17.

November 1, 2018 | Regional Rail Early Adopters Program Update

Since the August 1st launch of the Early Adopters program for Regional Rail, 2000 Zone 3 and Zone 4 customers have joined loading and reloading Weekly and Monthly TrailPasses and One Day Independence Passes.

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 | 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 for travel towards West and Southwest Philadelphia.

September 1, 2018 | PA Issued Senior Citizen Transit ID Cards No Longer Accepted for Travel & $1.00 Fare for Regional Rail Travel to Stations in Pennsylvania Eliminated

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