SEPTA Supports City Stay-At-Home Order & Commits to Provide Essential Service

SEPTA supports Mayor Kenney’s stay-at-home order for the City of Philadelphia, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. SEPTA’s workforce will continue to provide service on all modes of travel. Adjusted schedules are designed to ensure that essential workers can get where they need to go, and that residents can access life-sustaining services.

SEPTA asks that riders do their part and refrain from using the system for non-essential purposes. By reserving the system for only those who absolutely need it during this unprecedented crisis, SEPTA can help make sure it provides the safest environment possible for both our riders and employees.

SEPTA will continue running all services on a Saturday schedule until further notice. Also, beginning Tuesday, March 24, CCT Paratransit customers can make same day reservations to-and-from medical facilities, pharmacies, supermarkets and food distribution centers.

For schedule details and updates, please visit, check SEPTA’s Twitter account @SEPTA, and follow updates provided by the local news media.