Public Transportation

SEPTA

Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) provides train service between Center City and the airport on the Airport Regional Rail Line. Trains run every 30 minutes on weekdays and operate from 4:13 am to 11:03 pm (Center City to Airport) and from 5:07 am to 12:07 am (Airport to Center City).On weekends, trains run hourly and operate from 5:13 am to 11:13 pm (Center City to Airport) and from 6:07 am to 12:07 am (Airport to Center City)

Stations on the Airport Regional Rail Line include Terminal E/F, Terminal C/D, Terminal B, Terminal A (East), Eastwick, Penn Medicine, 30th Street, Suburban, Jefferson and Temple. All stations on the Airport Line are wheelchair accessible.

 

 

Please note: Due to SEPTA's Southwest Connection Program, trains will run on a special hourly schedule Saturday and Sunday July 9-10, 16-17 and 23-24, and August 6-7, 13-14 and 20. There will be an additional special hourly schedule during the week of August 15-19. 

 

During construction, trains will only operate between 30th Street Station and PHL. For more information, click here.  
 

For additional SEPTA information, call 215-580-7800 or visit www.septa.org

 

 

Regional Rail

Connections to other SEPTA Regional Rail lines, as well as buses, trolleys and subways/elevated subways, can be made at the following: 

Connections to Amtrak Northeast Corridor and Keystone Service and NJ Transit Atlantic City Rail Line can be made at 30th Street Station.

 

 

Fares

Payment for all modes of transit can be made with a SEPTA Key card. SEPTA Key is a reloadable, contactless chip card that offers a host of options for seamless travel on all SEPTA modes and the self-serve flexibility of loading/reloading SEPTA fares to match your travel needs. You can load money onto the Travel Wallet (to pay as you go) or you can load a daily/three day/weekly/monthly pass. You can get a SEPTA Key card at kiosks at the Airport or any Center City train station. Kiosks accept cash, credit, debit, tokens, Apple Pay, Google Pay, & Samsung Pay. Best part – you can reload your SEPTA Key online at SEPTAKey.org. You can also purchase a Quick Trip (single-ride ticket) at the kiosks.

If you don’t have time to stop by a kiosk – cash/credit cards are accepted on board. However, it will cost you more - $8 instead of $6.75.

 

 

SEPTA Bus

Bus

The airport is also served by three SEPTA bus routes at Zone 1 of the Arrivals Road outside of baggage claim: Route 37, which goes from South Philadelphia to Chester, Pa.; Route 108, which goes from the airport to 69th Street Transportation Center; and Route 115, which goes from the airport to Delaware County Community College. 
 

When paying with cash, the single-ride transit fare is $2.50 (exact change only). When paying with a SEPTA Key card, it is $2.

For additional SEPTA information, call 215-580-7800 or visit www.septa.org