New Transit Schedules for most Bus Routes, City and Suburban Trolley Routes, the Broad Street and Market-Frankford Lines and the Norristown High Speed Line begin Sunday, February 24 and Monday, February 25, 2019. The changes include adjustments to run times, new stops, and updated routing.
We've listed a summary of the major changes to service; however, customers should still refer to the timetables here for complete service information.
Official SEPTA App Users: Official SEPTA app users should download the new schedules starting Sunday, 2/24. Please look for the alert upon opening the app for additional information.
Summary of Major Changes
Connecting University City, Brewerytown, Fairmount, Grays Ferry, and Strawberry Mansion
New Route 49 begins operation on February 24, 2019. It is a part of SEPTA's continuing efforts to improve transit access to employment destinations. This new route connects University City to the Philadelphia neighborhoods of Brewerytown, Fairmount, Grays Ferry and Strawberry Mansion. It also serves Amtrak 30th Street Station, and the Ben Franklin Parkway attractions.
Route 104 - Adjustment to Routing
Starting Monday, February 25, Route 104 will operate on adjusted routing near West Chester University and service on Church and Sharpless Streets will be discontinued due to a planned road closure. You can view the changes to service in this area by downloading the Route 104 map (PDF).
Boulevard Direct - Direct Bus - New Stop
Boulevard Direct, serving Roosevelt Boulevard between Frankford Transportation Center and the Neshaminy Mall, will now make stops at Southampton Rd.
Schedules and more info here.