New schedules for SEPTA’s City, Suburban, and Victory Transit divisions go into effect beginning Sunday, September 4 and Tuesday, September 6.
For most Routes and the Broad Street and Market Frankford Lines, the Fall schedules include more trips and increased levels of service. This is to accommodate higher ridership in the Fall compared to Summer. However, there are a few major schedule changes to be noted. Please see below for details:
Route 15: Effective Sunday, September 4, Route 15 Trolleys will resume regular service along Girard Ave.
Norristown High Speed Line: Trains will operate as scheduled until the end of the service Sunday, September 18. A new schedule will go into effect beginning Monday, September 19. Service information will be published on System Status prior to September 19.
Routes 40 & 56: Effective Sunday, September 4, buses will have increased AM and PM Weekday service.
Route 120: Select bus trips will divert to the new Crozer-Keystone at Broomall Medical Center.
Additionally, there are a number of Routes that will not have a change in schedules:
Bus Routes 201, 204, 205, and 206 will not change. These Routes will operate on the schedule with the current effective date.
Although schedules aren't changing for all Routes, all SEPTA Transit customers are encouraged to access updated timetables. These new timetables are available online on septa.org and in SEPTA Customer Service locations. Riders can also access real-time service information by using the official SEPTA App available as a free download for both Apple and Android devices, and by following the @SEPTA Twitter feed.
Thanks for riding!