SEPTA Now Using Lifeline Schedule Due To COVID-19



Alex Lloyd Gross- Photo- Delaware Valley News.com SEPTA riders use the back doors of buses.

by Alex Lloyd Gross

SEPTA is going to be operating on an even more restrictive schedule, effective tomorrow,, April 9, 2020.  This , so they can carry passengers and still keep railways clean and safe during COVID-19. Certain lines like the Chestnut Hill East and West lines will be suspended.  Look also to different train stations in center city to see changes made to the entry and exit of elevators and train station accessibility.  This is going on for the foreseeable future.

in light of these, people that have charges automatically deducted (autoload)  for Key Cards, should have that  turned off.  SEPTA has a telephone number 1-855-567-3782 to call. There have been complaints that some people have been unable to get through, or get bumped. Should you have problems getting through, go to the link on top of this page, for more information.


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