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.

Fare Payment Changes at Market Frankford and Broad Street Line Stations

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.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.