New schedules for City, Suburban, and Victory Transit divisions go into effect beginning Sunday, September 6, Monday, September 7, and Tuesday, September 8, 2015. Most timetable adjustments are minor, designed to account for seasonal changes in ridership and to improve customer service. However, SEPTA would like to alert passengers to the following major service changes:
Route 15, 101, and 102 Trolleys
Beginning Monday, September 7, 2015, rail service is scheduled to resume on Routes 101 and 102 and trolleys will return to Route 15 between Delaware Avenue Loop and 63rd and Girard. All three lines were substituted with bus service over the summer to accommodate construction projects. Riders will be able to return to their regular boarding locations for travel.
Route 11, 13, 34, and 36 Trolleys
To accommodate growing weekend travel demand to/from University City and Southwest Philadelphia, additional Saturday afternoon and evening trips have been added.
Norristown High Speed Line
Fall schedules reflect 30 minute weekday midday service intervals to accommodate a track construction.
69th Street Transportation Center West Terminal Improvement Project
Bus Routes 104, 109, 110, 111, 112, 120, and 126 will continue to board at the temporary bus terminal located at the corner of Market Street and N. Chatham Road due to ongoing construction. Bus Route 107 will move to its new permanent boarding location in the South Terminal effective Tuesday, September 7, 2015. Boarding for Bus Route 123 will remain boarding at the North Terminal berthing with Route 106. Additional information is available online at https://www.septa.org/alert/pdf/2015-09-west-terminal-construction.pdf
While timetables for some routes will go unchanged, passengers on all routes are encouraged to access updated schedules for their routes. New schedules are available at SEPTA customer locations and online at https://www.septa.org/schedules/upcoming-transit.html
Riders can also access real time service information year-round by using the official SEPTA App available as a free download for both Apple and Android devices.