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Color Me Back is an innovative program that combines participatory art-making and access to social services in a unique model offering individuals who are experiencing economic insecurity an opportunity to earn wages.
Join us in observing Rail Safety Week this year from Monday, September 21 through Sunday, September 27!
The Market-Frankford Line connects to 28 stations in all, stretching 13.6 miles between 69th Street Transportation Center in Upper Darby and Frankford Transportation Center in the Northeast.
SEPTA joins over 100 public transit agencies across the country in signing on to the program.
Eye-catching posters and “Space Pads” by local artists spread critical public health messages at SEPTA bus loops.
Watch SEPTA General Manager Leslie Richards' #Rebuild Better Panel Discussion: Infrastructure, COVID, and Recovery.
What would you want to see in a new SEPTA transit map?
You may attend the virtual SEPTA Board Committee Meeting on Thursday, September 17 and/or the virtual SEPTA Board Meeting on Thursday, September 24 via Webex.