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December 30, 2016

SEPTA announces New Year's Eve schedule accommodating late-night riders

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Staying out late New Year's Eve? SEPTA recently annuonced that it'll be extending late-night services to accommodate your holiday celebrations.

Chestnut Hill, Fox Chase, Elwyn, Lansdale, Malvern, Trenton/Transit-New York, Norristown, Trenton and Warminster Regional Rail lines will run on a regular Saturday schedule with additional services expanded until after 2 a.m., departing from Center City. 

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The complete New Years Eve Regional Rail schedule can be found here

Regional Rail will operate on a regular Sunday schedule on New Year's Day and Monday.

The Market Street/Convention Center entrance to Jefferson Station will stay open until 2 a.m. Saturday while ticket windows at 30th Street, Suburban and Jefferson stations will stay open until 2 a.m. as well.

The subway lines will be adjusted to accommodate late-night riders, too.

Both the Broad Street and Market-Frankford lines will operate all night Saturday into Sunday while additional trains will depart from Fern Rock Transportation Center and 69th Street Station to make up for higher volumes of passengers.

Come New Year's Day, however, all SEPTA services will stick to a Sunday/Holiday schedule while select buses will operate on a modified route because of the Mummers Parade traveling down Broad Street from City Hall to Washington Avenue. 

Check out the full schedule changes here