Some changes start Saturday for SEPTA’s senior citizen riders

August 31, 2018

Several SEPTA changes start for senior citizens on Sept. 1.

By Staff

Starting Saturday, senior citizens will no longer be able to use state-issued transit IDs to get free rides on SEPTA and will, for the first time, get free rides on Regional Rail inside Pennsylvania using one of the three now-accepted forms of identity.

SEPTA says that for seniors to get free rides on its buses, subways and trolleys, they will now have to show a SEPTA Key senior photo ID card, a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license or a non-driver ID with a magnetic strip.

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