The Philadelphia Parking Authority operates Short-Term, Garage and Economy parking facilities at the Airport. Accessible parking spaces are located close to the elevators in the garages, bus stops in the Economy Parking lot and bag claims in Short-Term (ground level of the garages) lots.
- Short-Term (ground level of the garages) parking is recommended for brief visits of up to 1 hour.
- Garage parking is less expensive than Short-Term parking for visits of more than 3 and 1/2 hours. Height limit of this garage is 6 ft. Oversize wheelchair equipped vans that are unable to enter the garages due to the height limit (6 feet) can park in Short-Term (ground level of the garages) and will be charged the less-expensive Garage rate for visits less than 24 hours. These vehicles must have Accessible license plates or placard displayed. For visits longer than 24 hours, oversize vehicles that cannot enter the garages can park in the Economy Lot.
The Airport operates a free shuttle bus that is wheelchair accessible and has “kneeling” capability to and from parking facilities.
For more information on the Airport's parking facilities, contact the Philadelphia Parking Authority at:
Your comments and suggestions can also be sent to email@example.com. The mailing address is: One Main Toll Plaza, Philadelphia International Airport, Philadelphia, PA 19153.
The Airport provides a free Cell Phone Waiting Lot on Airport less than one minute from the baggage claim areas. To reach the lot from I-95 North or South or Route 291, follow the signs to Philadelphia International Airport. Take the Arriving Flights roadway into the Airport and follow the signs for the Cell Phone Waiting Lot.
SEPTA’s Airport Regional Rail Line can be accessed from the pedestrian walkways between the terminals and the bag claims at Terminals A-East, B, C and D, and E (Terminal F passengers can access the train platform at Terminal E).
Elevators are located on the SEPTA platforms and pedestrian bridges.
The train platforms are equipped with bridge plates to assist people who use wheelchairs in crossing the gap between the train and the platform. Yellow safety stripes are at the edges of all platforms.
The SEPTA Airport Regional Rail Line runs every 30 minutes between the Airport and Center City. Trains operate from Center City to the Airport between 4:25 AM and 11:25 PM, and from the Airport to Center City from 5:07 AM to 12:07 AM. The Airport Line stops at Terminals A-East, B, C-D and E (Terminal F passengers board/exit at Terminal E).
The one-way fare to Center City is $8.00 cash only ($1.00 additional for connections to other SEPTA Regional Rail Lines at 30th Street, Suburban Station and Jefferson/Market East).
Purchase an Individual Independence Pass from the conductor for $12.00 or a Family Independence Pass (good for one family of up to 5 people traveling together) for $29.00. Both provide unlimited travel on SEPTA buses, trolleys, subways, and Regional Rail for one whole day.
Amtrak and New Jersey Transit connections can be made at 30th Street Station. Connections to the Market Frankford Line can be made at 30th Street, Suburban and Jefferson (Market East) .Stations. Connections to the Broad Street Line can be made at Suburban Station.
SEPTA accessible bus service is provided by the Routes 37 (to/from South Philadelphia), 108 (to/from 69th Street Transportation Center) and 115 (to/from Suburban Square in Ardmore). Bus fare costs $2.25; transfers are $1.00 (exact fare, cash only). SEPTA buses board at Zone 1 outside the baggage claim at Terminals A-East, B, C, D and E (Terminal F passengers board/exit at Terminal E).
SEPTA’s Customized Community Transport (CCT Connect)
Service picks up registered passengers, seniors and individuals with disabilities at Zone 1 located outside of each bag claim area. To schedule a pick-up, registered users may call
215-580-7700 (TDD/TTY 215-580-7712)
|215 Get A Cab*||215-467-6666|
|Philadelphia Taxicab Service, Inc.||215-666-6666|
|Yellow Cab co.||215-333-3133|
* CERTIFIED WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE VEHICLE (WAV) DISPATCHER
In the event that a WAV taxicab dispatcher cannot provide a WAV taxicab to a requesting customer within 20 minutes, the request for service shall be forwarded by the WAV taxicab dispatcher to every other WAV taxicab dispatcher and to the TLD through the above procedure. The Philadelphia Parking Authority, Taxicab Division 2415 S. Swanson St. Philadelphia, PA 19148 oversees WAV vehicles in PA. Please refer to 52 Pa. Code 1019.8 for more information concerning WAV taxicab dispatcher requirements.
|AAA Airport One Direct||1-800-535-5466|
|Atlantic Sedan Service||610-659-8513|
|Pennywise Sedan Service||1-866-255-7686|
Car rental information phones are available at all bag claim areas for the following car rental agencies with offices on the Airport grounds:
Vehicles equipped with hand controls are available at all of these agencies, however, as much as 72 hours advance notice is required. Such requests must be made at the time the vehicle is reserved. If you require a TDD/TTY phone to call any of the rental agencies, public pay phones with TDD/TTY equipment are available in each of the bag claim areas. Some ground transportation companies provide shuttle service with vans equipped with electric lifts. For more information on such services, please see a representative at the ground transportation counter in the bag claim areas (Terminal F passengers can access ground transportation and information in Terminal E bag claim).
Taxis, vans, limousines, local SEPTA bus Routes 37 and 108 and CCT Connect stop at all bag claim areas, with the exception of Terminal F where passengers can access ground transportation outside Terminal E bag claim.
To arrange for shuttle van or limousine service, it is best to make reservations in advance. Reservations can also be made from ground transportation phones in all bag claim areas at the Airport. The following is a list of phone numbers for the different modes of transportation available.
|Company||Phone #||TDD/TTY #|
|Alamo||1-800-327-9633||Not Available *|