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News & Announcements
Penn Transit Updates COVID-19 Ridership Requirements
Effective July 1, 2021, PennOpen Pass will not be necessary to ride Penn Transit vehicles. Additionally, all Penn Transit passengers and drivers are required to wear a face covering while riding a vehicle while the capacity of riders is limited to seated passengers. Read more.
Status of Penn Transit Operations
At this time, all Penn Transit Services are operating on regular routes and schedules. When making travel plans, please consider the deterioration of road conditions that may require us to detour, limit, or suspend services at any time.
Please contact the University of Pennsylvania Police Department at 215-573–3333 in the event of an emergency.
- Where can I use the Commuter Parking Card at Penn?
- I currently have a SEPTA Key Card. What should I do if I want to participate in Penn’s Commuter Program?
- Are there special COVID-19 ridership requirements I need to know before riding Penn Transit?
- What is Penn Accessible Transit?
- What is PennRides en Route?