June 18, 2017
SEPTA service officially transitions into the agency's summer schedule on Sunday, marking a shift that accommodates seasonal changes in ridership and renovation projects.
Passengers should be alerted to the following minor changes, which take effect Sunday, June 18 and Monday, June 19.
•Route 15: Due to a track renewal project, buses will replace all Route 15 trolleys through Saturday, September 2, 2017.
•Route 4 & 16: Weekday midday service level adjustments
•Route 66: Weekday, Saturday and Sunday OWL trip adjustments for service to Frankford Transportation Center
•Route 93: Adjustments to first four Weekday eastbound AM trips to improve connections to the Norristown High Speed Line
•Route 94: Adjustments to Weekday AM service to Montgomery County Community College
•Route 117: Service will resume to Plaza 352
•Route 124: Select Saturday trips extended to Valley Forge Rd., and additional Sunday trips added to accommodate higher passenger volume
Timetables on many routes will remain unchanged, but SEPTA passengers are advised to consult the updated schedule for any additional adjustments.
SEPTA's systemwide rate increases, approved by the board last month, will take effect July 1.