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Take SEPTA to get your COVID-19 Vaccine

PHILLY VAX 

FEMA Vaccination Site at the Pennsylvania Convention Center Beginning Wednesday, March 3, 2021 

The City of Philadelphia/FEMA Vaccination Center at the Pennsylvania Convention Center will open to individuals with pre-scheduled appointments beginning at 8:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 3. This Philly Vax center will be open 7 days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and is schedule to remain open until mid-April. 

Customers taking SEPTA to get to their appointments should note the following: 

Regional Rail – Jefferson Station 

The 12th & Filbert doors will be open from 6:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. 7 days a week while the vaccination program is in operation. The ONLY other doors open at the Station (due to COVID-19) restrictions is 10th & Filbert, which is open 7 days a week during the service day. ALL OTHER ENTRANCES TO THE STATION REMAIN CLOSED. 

Market Frankford Line 11th St Station

11th Street is the closest Market Frankford Line Station to the Convention Center Riders should use the 12th & Filbert Street doors in Jefferson Station to exit to the street (see hours above). The doors in the Reading Headhouse leading to Market St are CLOSED  

Market Frankford Line 13th St Station 

Market Frankford Line riders will exit to the street at 13th & Market. Walk one block east to 12th St, turn left and walk 1 block north to the 12th & Arch entrance of the PA Convention Center 

Individuals with scheduled appointments are being directed to enter the Convention Center at 12th & Arch. Use the 12t & Filbert Street doors to exit to the street (elevator access is available from the station to the street) and walk one block north on 12th Street, past Reading Terminal to get to the Convention Center. 

The map link below will help you plan your travel on SEPTA to get to one the COVID-19 vaccine locations in our region including the PA Convention Center

https://septa.maps.arcgis.com/home/webmap/viewer.html?webmap=be9a015d17c34be196d4bd47af624cb3

COVID-19 Vaccine Frequency Map

COVID-19 Travel Survey for Winter 2021

English | Spanish | Chinese

CUSTOMERS REQUIRED TO WEAR MASKS ON SEPTA SERVICES

Federal Mask Mandate on Public Transportation

In accordance with the new federal mandate, TSA and SEPTA require proper wearing of face masks, at all times, when on public transit. Failure to comply could result in denial of boarding or removal and may result in federal penalties.

This mandate is part of an on-going effort by local, state, and federal authorities to reduce the spread of the coronavirus when riding on a SEPTA vehicle or waiting at a SEPTA station, in a SEPTA facility, or on a SEPTA platform.

Social distancing should continue to be practiced when waiting to board a vehicle, in a SEPTA Station, and when traveling on a SEPTA route.

Vehicle capacity limits will continue. Please respect seat barrier decals on bus, trolley, and high speed vehicles.

REGIONAL RAIL

SELECT REGIONAL RAIL TICKET OFFICE TEMPORARY CLOSURES

Due to financial impacts related to COVID-19 reductions in ridership, the following Regional Rail Ticket Offices will temporarily close starting MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2020. These Offices, including waiting room and restrooms, will remain closed until further notice.

STATION TICKET OFFICES TEMPORARILY CLOSED
PAOLI/THORNDALE LINE
  • Berwyn

  • Devon

  • Radnor

  • Villanova

  • Rosemont

  • Haverford

  • Merion

CHESTNUT HILL WEST LINE - WEEKDAY SERVICE RESUMES MARCH 8, 2021
  • Carpenter

  • Chelten

  • Chestnut Hill West

  • Queen Lane

  • St Martins

LANSDALE/DOYLESTOWN LINE
  • Oreland

  • North Hills

MEDIA/ELWYN LINE
  • Moylan Rose Valley

  • Wallingford

  • Clifton-Aldan

WARMINSTER LINE
  • Roslyn

WILMINGTON/NEWARK LINE
  • Glenolden



Load funds in the Travel Wallet on your Key Card and receive the lowest available fare, whenever you travel or pay cash on board the train. Train service to stations with temporary ticket office closures will continue per the published schedules. For information about SEPTA Key and locations to purchase fares, please visit www.septa.org

REGIONAL RAIL CENTER CITY SALES OFFICES

Changes in hours of operation, as noted below, in effect until further notice
Jefferson Mon-Fri; 6:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m., Sat-Sun 6:00 a.m.- 7:00 p.m.
30th Street Mon-Fri; 6:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m., Sat-Sun 6:00 a.m.- 7:00 p.m.
Suburban Mon-Fri; 6:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m., Sat-Sun 6:00 a.m.- 7:00 p.m.
Penn Medicine Mon-Fri; 6:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. CLOSED SATURDAY & SUNDAY
Temple Mon-Fri; 6:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. CLOSED SATURDAY & SUNDAY


TRANSIT UPDATE

TRANSIT SALES OFFICES

15th St - CLOSED for construction: will reopen early 2021

Customers may go to the Suburban Stations Sales Office and/or station Fare Kiosks or the Fare Kiosks at the Dilworth Park entrance to the Market Frankford, Broad Street, and Trolley Lines. Please look for signs with reopening information.

All other Transit Sales Offices operating regular hours

CONCOURSE ENTRANCE CLOSURES TO MARKET FRANKFORD/BROAD STREET LINE STATIONS

Select Concourse stairways and access points to Market Frankford/Broad Street Line Stations including the Dilworth Park stairs, 13th and Market entrances, and Broad Street Line headhouses between South Penn Square and Walnut Street are closed until further notice. The 15th & Market, North Filbert Street, and Broad & Locust entrances remain open. Please look for signs directing customers to alternate stairways.

Click here for Center City Concourse Map

TEMPORARY BIKE & POLICY CHANGE

To ease travel for customers who also bike as part of their trip, we are temporarily relaxing our policy to allow bicycles on Regional Rail and Market-Frankford, Broad Street, and Norristown High Speed Line trains during peak hours.

TRAVEL REMINDERS

  • Customers are Required to Wear a Mask or Facial Coverings in SEPTA stations and on vehicles

  • Practice social distancing when waiting to board a vehicle, waiting on a platform, or when standing in line to purchase a fare at a SEPTA Key Fare Kiosk or Sales window - stay 6 feet apart

  • Observe seat barriers and respect Crew requests for seating distancing

  • Respect the Operator - observe the 6 foot social distancing markers at the front of the bus

  • Front Door Boarding and Fare Collection in Effect on Bus and Trolley Routes

  • EXIT Using the Center Door (Except Riders with Disabilities and Seniors Requiring Assistance)

  • Vehicle capacity limits will continue

To ensure there is sufficient space for customers to exercise social distancing, the maximum number of riders per vehicle is limited as follows:

  • Bus: 40 ft. maximum 20 customers

  • Articulated maximum 30 customers

  • Routes 204, 310, 311, LUCY Gold/LUCY Green maximum 10 customers

  • Trolley: maximum 25 customers

SERVICE MAPS

Click here to access a map show SEPTA access to Daycare facilities across the region

The RE-OPENING GUIDE is also available in CHINESE and SPANISH translations.

Click here for access to the a Map of Stations and Routes Currently in Operation

En Espanol - Mapa de Servicio Vital durante el COVID-19