SEPTA to resume regular transit service on May 17, with some exceptions

May 8, 2020

After a temporary switch to Saturday schedules and limited (“Lifeline”) service due to the COVID-19 crisis, SEPTA will return to regular service on Sunday, May 17. Regular service will resume on all trolley, Market Frankford, Broad Street and Norristown High Speed Line routes. Market Frankford and Broad Street Owl service will also resume.

Bus routes will also return to regular service, with the following exceptions:

Routes 204, 310, 311, and LUCY Gold and Green routes will continue to operate on a reduced schedule. Route 91 remains suspended. 

Rear door boarding will remain in effect through Sunday, May 17. Front door boarding and fare collection will resume Monday, May 18. Exit using the rear door will continue (except Riders with Disabilities & Seniors requiring assistance exiting).

Customers are strongly urged to wear a face mask or face covering when riding and to limit their travel to essential trips.

SEPTA is asking riders to continue practicing social distancing when waiting to board a vehicle and when traveling on a SEPTA route. The following capacity limits will remain in place:

40 ft Bus – 20 customers
Articulated Bus – 30 customers
Routes 204, 310, 311, LUCY Gold/LUCY Green – maximum 10 customers
Trolley – 25 customers
Norristown High Speed Line – 30 customers

Some Market Frankford and trolley line stations will remain closed until further notice. For more information, visit the SEPTA website.

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