Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority Serving Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties
Starting Monday, April 17, we're introducing a convenient new way to travel on the Airport Regional Rail Line from Philadelphia International Airport with a SEPTA Key Regional Rail Quick Trip purchased from a Fare Kiosk at one of the Terminal stations. Read more.
Friday, April 7th is the Phillies home opener at Citizens Bank Park. You already know that the Broad Street Line is the quickest way to get to/from the stadium. Now you can double your travel convenience with the new SEPTA Key Card. Read more.
Starting Monday, February 13, 2017 and continuing through Friday, March 3rd, SEPTA Key Cards will again be available at Fare Kiosks in Market Frankford and Broad Street Line Stations and at Bus Loops with the purchase of a Weekly or Monthly TransPass. Read more.
Beginning Thursday, February 9, 2017, we are expanding your options to get a new SEPTA Key Card and making it convenient to load/reload a Weekly or Monthly TransPass or put money on a Travel Wallet. Read more.
The newest feature of the SEPTA Key program to rollout is the Travel Wallet. This is the perfect option of customers who currently use cash or tokens and transfers for their regular travel. Read more.
The goal of the SEPTA Key Early Adopters program was to offer up to 10,000 Transit riders the opportunity to get a Key Card and purchase either a Weekly or Monthly TransPass. Read more.
Beginning Monday, June 13, 2016, up to 10,000 Transit riders will be able to get a new SEPTA Key Card and purchase either a Weekly or Monthly TransPass. Read more.
As promised in our March 28th SEPTA Key message, we're back to announce the rollout date for the Early Adopters program for Transit customers. Read more.
Our contractors have been working to complete the installation of new SEPTA Key equipment - farebox validators on vehicles, and new turnstiles and fare kiosks at Transit stations. So far, 1607 surface vehicle fareboxes have been upgraded with red Validator pads with no change, as of yet, in the way customers pay their fare to ride on buses, trolleys, and trackless trolleys.
On the Market Frankford and Broad Street Lines, the fareline upgrades were planned so that most stations have a mix of legacy equipment - turnstiles that accept tokens and coins - and new turnstiles that only accept passes. There are, however, 17 stations outfitted with all new SEPTA Key fareline equipment. At these locations, customers can continue to use tokens and coins by paying their fare at the Cashier Booth. Read more.
As part of the SEPTA Key program rollout for Transit, we are continuing the work to modernize ALL of the fareline equipment at Broad Street Line and Market Frankford Line Stations.
In the first phase of this project, some of the existing turnstiles were replaced with new SEPTA Key turnstiles (with red Validator pads). The new turnstile equipment does not accept Tokens or Coins so customers either must use the old turnstile or pay at the Cashier Booth. Read more.
After months of speculation and a few well-placed hints on our part, we are pleased to officially announce the name of our new fare payment and collection program -- SEPTA Key. The full transition of the SEPTA Key program is scheduled to take place in two stages - Transit (Bus, Trolley, Trackless Trolley, and High Speed Lines) in 2016 and Regional Rail and our CCT Connect Paratransit services in 2017. Read more.
The speculation can end: SEPTA has unlocked the mystery surrounding a name for what has been generically referred to as the New Payment Technology initiative. Read more.