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New SEPTA Regional Rail Line Schedules Go Into Effect Sunday, April 6th

April 03, 2014

New schedules are available now for all SEPTA Regional Rail Lines. Highlights of the April 6th schedule change include:

Chestnut Hill East: On Saturdays and Sundays, trains departing from Chestnut Hill East, traveling inbound towards Center City and continuing to Elwyn will depart from stations two minutes earlier and arrive two minutes later in Center City.

Weekday train #705 will operate nine minutes earlier to connect passengers traveling to University City with Train #207.

Lansdale/Doylestown: Trains #5315, #6517 and #574 will now serve North Broad Station but may depart ahead of schedule.

Media/Elwyn: Service has been added to weekday evening train #7363 traveling towards Media beginning Monday, April 7. Weekday train #7363 departs from Market East Station at 5:00 p.m. and will now serve Swarthmore, Wallingford and Moylan-Rose Valley Stations.

Weekday train schedules have also been adjusted to accommodate catenary and bridge repair work. Customers should refer to timetables for schedule information.

Saturday and Sunday trains departing from Elwyn Station and continuing to Chestnut Hill East will depart two minutes earlier to accommodate catenary and bridge repair work. Note: Center City arrival times will not change.

Saturday and Sunday inbound trains departing from Chestnut Hill East and continuing to Elwyn will depart Center City stations two minutes earlier to accommodate catenary and bridge repair work.

Manayunk/Norristown: Many Sunday and midday weekday trip times have been adjusted.

Trenton: On weekdays, train #705 will operate nine minutes earlier from Center City.

West Trenton: All express trains will now serve Temple University Station.

Customers should refer to timetables for specific schedule information. To view changes to their train lines and download new schedules, passengers can visit www.septa.org/schedules/upcoming.html. Riders can also contact SEPTA Customer Service representatives at (215) 580-7800.