Fare Payment Changes at Market Frankford & Broad Street Line Stations Effective Monday, October 1, 2018
Cashiers will become Customer Attendants at Stations & cash and tokens will no longer be accepted at the booth window.
A SEPTA Key Card is the way to travel. Buy a Key Card at the station Fare Kiosk or SEPTA Sales Office and load with a Pass or put money in the Travel Wallet.
Senior Citizens must use a SEPTA Key Senior Photo ID Card or current Driver's/Non-Driver's ID (with magnetic stripe that can be swiped at the turnstile).
Riders with Disabilities must use a SEPTA Key Reduced Fare Photo ID (must have money in the Travel Wallet to ride.
TAP your Key Card at the turnstile Red Validator and RIDE.
|If You Don't Have a Key Card:|
|Legacy Pass||Swipe at turnstiles as you do today|
|Cash or Credit/Debit Card||Use to purchase a Quick Trip at the fare kiosk for one ride ($2.50)|
|Token||Use to purchase a Quick Trip at the Fare Kiosk good for one ride|
|Paper One Day Convenience Pass||Not accepted at Transit Stations - Put a One Day Convenience
Pass on a Key Card
|SEPTA/PATCO Ticket||No longer accepted - must have a freedom Share Card
or SEPTA Key Card with Travel Wallet funds
If you need assistance at the station, ask the Customer Attendant or use the SEPTA Key Call Box.