An “Essential Service Schedule” for Regional Rail is in effect.
Other SEPTA service, including city and suburban bus, trolley, Market Frankford, Broad Street and Norristown High Speed Lines, is operating on a continuous Saturday schedule until further notice.
Rear door boarding on bus, Norristown High Speed Line, and trolley service began April 1. Front door boarding will continue for riders with disabilities and Senior Citizens requiring boarding assistance.
Beginning Thursday, April 2 at 9:00 p.m. access to Jefferson and Suburban Stations will be limited as follows: Jefferson Station-10th Street and Filbert Street stairs and elevators. Suburban Station-15th Street and Market Street and 17th Street and JFK Boulevard stairs and elevators.
All other stairways and entrances to both stations will be closed. The open entrances at both locations may be manned by police to restrict entrance to SEPTA customers and employees only.
The SEPTA Key Senior & Reduced Fare Card processing programs at 1234 Market Street, Concourse Level and the Accessible Travel Center at Suburban Station are closed.