SEPTA has discovered a structural problem with trains on the Market-Frankford Line

Beginning Monday, February 6, 2017, Market-Frankford Line trains will run modified service between 69th Street Transportation Center and Frankford Transportation Center.  Trains will make stops but will be 30-40 cars short of the 144 needed to run regular weekday peak hour service levels. Travelers should anticipate delays and crowded platforms.  Information about supplemental services being provided by SEPTA is available by clicking here.

SEPTA Travel Center Now Open

The SEPTA Travel Center @Penn recently celebrated its grand opening in its home at the Penn Bookstore.  Read More...

PennPass Pickup Spring 2017

Visit the office of Transportation and Parking to pick up your PennPass starting Friday, January 6, 2017 through Thursday, February 9, 2017. Click here for details.

FMC Tower Shuttle Program

On Monday, August 22, 2016, Penn Transit Services launched a pilot program providing free transportation between the FMC Tower, located at 30th and Walnut Streets, and designated transit stops on campus. This service is available to valid PennCard holders and provides a convenient option for those needing to travel between these destinations. Click here for full details.

Penn Transit Announces New Look for Fleet

Penn Transit Services has debuted a new look for its fleet of bus and shuttle of vehicles.  LEARN MORE...

Bike Share Stations Available On Campus

The City has launched the Indego Bike Share program, an integrated system featuring over 600 self-service bicycles and 70 bike-share stations throughout Philadelphia. Three stations are located on campus:  40th and Spruce, near the University City Regional Rail Station and at 36th and Sansom.

Read more about this exciting program.