Airport Line Platform Rehabilitation Project- Boarding Location Changes

Beginning Monday, September 19, 2022 – Until Further Notice

The Philadelphia International Airport is undertaking a SEPTA Platform Rehabilitation project.  The project will make improvements on the train platforms and waiting room vestibules.  Work will include concrete platform repair, platform tactile edge replacement, full center canopy roof and ceiling tile replacement and LED lighting upgrade. In addition, waiting room vestibule carpet and ceiling tile will be replaced, along with HVAC upgrades and interior structural repairs and replacements.  

The 18-month project is being funded by the Philadelphia International Airport / City of Philadelphia Department of Aviation with funding support from Pennsylvania’s Multimodal Transportation Program and PennDOT’s Aviation Transportation Assistance Program.

The project is scheduled September 19, 2022, through June 2024 

BOARDING LOCATION CHANGES 

During construction platform boarding and access will be impacted.  Below is the access for Phase 1 & 2 September 19, 2022 – July 2023:

ALL PASSENGERS MUST BOARD AND DISCHARGE FROM THE CENTER PLATFORMS ONLY FOR TERMINALS A THROUGH E/F.

The baggage claim side platforms and vestibule areas will not be accessible

Purchase fares from the kiosk in the center platform vestibules at all terminals

Regular weekday and weekend schedules will not be affected by this project

Thank you for your patience during the improvements