SEPTA Plans to Operate Scheduled Services on Tuesday, June 2; Center City Bus, Subway & Trolley Service to Begin with Lifting of City Curfew at 6 am

SEPTA plans to operate scheduled services on all modes of travel on Tuesday, June 2. Delays and other adjustments are possible, so riders are urged to check for updates.

Bus, subway and trolley service in Center City that has been suspended since noon on Monday is expected to return at 6 a.m. on Tuesday. This will coincide with the scheduled lifting of the curfew in place for the City of Philadelphia.

Please note: Many SEPTA services remain on modified schedules that have been put in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes a number of station closures on the Market-Frankford and Broad Street Lines, reduced service levels on Regional Rail, and some modifications to selected bus routes. These changes will stay in effect until further notice. For details, please check the COVID-19 section of SEPTA’s website at

Real-time service updates will be posted in the Alerts section on SEPTA’s website at, and on Twitter @SEPTA.