Seniors 65 and over can use a SEPTA Senior Fare Card to travel for free on all SEPTA transit routes. What a great benefit for Philadelphia area seniors! There are several ways you can get a senior fare card.
SEPTA offers two options for Seniors to obtain or renew Senior Fare cards:
- Legislative District Offices – Seniors can apply for a new card or renew an existing SEPTA Key Senior Fare card at their participating State Senate and State House district offices. Legislative staff will process your renewal or new application – taking a picture, if necessary – and SEPTA will mail a new card directly to you in 2 -3 weeks.
- SEPTA Headquarters – For those who would like to apply for a new card or renew their card immediately, in person appointments are available at SEPTA Headquarters: 1234 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107. Appointment times are between 8 am – noon (office is closed noon – 1 pm) and 1 pm – 5 pm weekdays:
- Phone: 215-580-7145 (Press 6)
- Online: https://go.oncehub.com/septacct
Local Card Event – Tuesday, February 6
10AM – 1PM
1709 Art School Rd, Chester Springs, PA 19425
Staff from Representative Kristine Howard’s office, who represents the PA 167th District, will be at the Chester Springs Library to answer questions and to assist you with Pennsylvania State related matters.
Seniors 65+ can signup for a FREE Septa Key Card. Bring your current PA Driver’s License or PA ID card. Travel FREE on SEPTA Transit routes.
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