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Alerts & Updates
SEPTA will enter the next phase of a multi-staged infrastructure reconstruction project for a two-week period in August. There will be NO TRAIN SERVICE to/from University City Station from Saturday, August 4 – Sunday, August 19 (includes weekdays). During this time, patrons using the Airport, Media-Elwyn, and Wilmington-Newark rail lines can expect service substitutions or adjustments while this project work is conducted. SEPTA passengers are advised to allow extra time getting to and from their destinations or consider alternative transportation options. Visit www.septa.org for the latest schedule information. Additional project updates are available at: http://www.septa.org/southwestconnection/uc.html.
During this period, commuters who drive and park in the area can expect additional traffic congestion in University City. The Division of Public Safety offers periodic traffic advisories and commuters can sign up for these alerts by clicking here.
You are strongly encouraged to monitor SEPTA communications for detailed information as this project progresses.
The @SEPTA Trolley Tunnel Blitz starts Friday, July 13 at 10pm and continues to Monday, July 23 at 5am. This nine-day trolley tunnel shutdown is part of an annual maintenance program by SEPTA. Be prepared to use alternate routes/travel options as needed. Learn more at www.septa.org
News & Announcements
Parking for Penn Relays 2018
Please expect major traffic delays throughout University City as we welcome the 124th year of The Penn Relays to campus. The three-day event is from Thursday-Saturday, April 26-28. Parking will be available throughout campus at $25, however, excess parking capacities normally found in our facilities will not be available. View the interactive map to locate parking facilities.Read more ...
Number One In Transportation
Penn has been named by U.S. News & World Report as the country's most transportation-friendly college campus. Read more.
Penn Receives 2017 Clean Air Commute Employer of the Year Award
Penn has been recognized by Philadelphia's Clean Air Council as the 2017 Clean Air Commute Employer of the Year. Faculty and staff have a broad range of options to help them go the extra mile for sustainable commuting.Read more ...