About News and Announcements
Penn Transit has a new fixed-route pilot service called Penn Bus North as well as other service enhancements.
Penn Transit is pleased to announce the inclusion of the first full-size electric vehicles to its fleet!
Penn Commuters now must transition to a SEPTA Key Card as SEPTA's magnetic-stripe paper passes have been retired.
Converting to the SEPTA Key reloadable transit fare card requires a three-step process:
- Buy a SEPTA Key Card at any of these locations; septa.org/key/resources/sales.html. Also, a SEPTA Key Kiosk is located at the Penn Bookstore, 3601 Walnut Street, ground floor.
- Register /activate your SEPTA Key Card at www.septakey.org.
- Log in to your WageWorks account to complete your commuter order.
Please know that the SEPTA Key and Commuter Pass Programs are managed by SEPTA and WageWorks, respectively. The following tips may be helpful as you navigate their processes:
Penn Transportation and Parking offers a Commuter Parking Card for University of Pennsylvania faculty and staff who require occasional parking as part of their commutes.