SEPTA Key Cards are valid for 3 years and the expiration date as noted on the front in the area marked “GOOD THRU”. Some of the first Key Cards issued will be expiring on July 31, 2019 so please take a moment to check the date on the front of your Card.
If your Card is set to expire July 2019 there are a few things you need to know about getting a new Card, transferring existing fare products, and managing your online account.
Earlier this year, we offered our customers the chance to try out the new SEPTAKey.org on a fully functional BETA site. Thank you to all of those who participated in and provided feedback during the BETA phase of the site's rollout.
On May 15, the full transition was made to the new SEPTAKey.org. Any customers who used the BETA site can now simply visit SEPTAKey.org to continue using SEPTA Key exactly as they do now.
Effective July 1, 2019 | TransPasses No Longer VALID for Weekday Travel on the Airport Regional Rail Line
With the introduction of SEPTA Key on Regional Rail, the following fare changes will go into effect, as outlined in the current Tariff No.154 Supplement No. 40:
Weekly and Monthly TransPasses will no longer be accepted for Weekday and Non-Holiday travel on the Airport Line beginning July 1st
A Zone 1 or higher Weekly or Monthly TrailPass will be required for regular Weekday travel
Zone 1 TrailPasses are available for purchase on a SEPTA Key Card. Customers who currently use a Key Card for travel on the Airport Regional Rail will only need to change their purchase to a Zone 1 TrailPass.
Zone 1 & 2 customers will now have the opportunity to join the SEPTA Key Program when sales of SEPTA Key Cards open at the 4 Center City Regional Rail Sales Locations (Temple, Jefferson, Suburban Station, and 30th St.) The SEPTA Key Mobile Fare Kiosk Truck will also be out at select stations starting Monday, April 22. Ambassadors will be out with the truck to answer questions and help you register your new Key Card.
We have updated the SEPTAKey ecommerce website www.septakey.org with a modernized design and new features to make using SEPTAKey online easier than ever. Before we officially launch the site, we are offering customers the chance to try it out on a fully functional BETA site. You can be among the first to see and experience the new septakey.org by visiting beta.septakey.org and logging in as you normally would.
Zone 3 & 4 customers who don't yet have a Key Card now have the opportunity to join the future of fare payment when the sales of SEPTA Key Cards resumes at the Temple, Jefferson, Suburban Station, and 30th St. Regional Rail Sales Offices.
The SEPTA Key fare inspection process expands to Weekends at 30th Street Station on Saturday, February 2.
The SEPTA Key Weekend fare inspection process at Center City Regional Rail Stations expands to Jefferson Station beginning Saturday, January 12th.