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NEW Videos: Instructions on how to use a Quick Trip in English and Spanish.


The newest feature of the SEPTA Key program - Quick Trips - are now available to purchase from all Market Frankford and Broad Street/Broad Ridge Spur Line Station Fare Kiosks. A Quick Trip is a single ride fare, for 1 person, (no transfers). It's only good for travel from station purchased on the day it's purchased. Quick Trips cannot be used on buses.

The Quick Trip is not a round trip fare and you can't purchase a Quick Trip at one station and use it at another station. Remember: Buy it Here - Use it Here.

Quick Trips don't offer a discounted fare - it's the same as paying cash ($2.25) - but you won't need exact change and the Fare Kiosk will accept a Credit or Debit Card, Cash, or a Token to purchase this fare (Fare Kiosk will dispense change for a cash transaction). Please don't forget: a Quick Trip cannot be used if you need to purchase a transfer to complete your trip. If you need a transfer, please see the cashier -- pay your fare and purchase a transfer, just as you do today.

Quick Trips can only be used at the new SEPTA Key turnstiles. Swipe your Quick Trip through the reader next to the red validator pad and you are ready to ride.

Quick Trips are not reusable or reloadable so please, help us keep the SEPTA system clean and throw your used Quick Trip in the station trash can before you board the train.

To learn more detail about the Quick Trip, go to the FAQ's or watch the video to see how simple it is to purchase and use this new SEPTA Key fare option.