SEPTA Public Transit

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) provides public transportation, in the form of bus, subway and rail lines, to all of Philadelphia and its surrounding region.

Connections to SEPTA's Regional Rail Lines can be made at the Market East Station (12th & Market Streets). Connections to Amtrak and the Philadelphia International Airport can be made at the 30th Street Station (30th & Market Streets). Both of these important links in the SEPTA system can easily be reached by riding the Market-Frankford subway line westward from either the 2nd Street or 5th Street (Independence Hall) stations.

For fares, schedules and other information visit www.septa.org.

SEPTA's "One-Day Independence Pass" can be obtained at the Independence Visitor Center (6th & Market Streets, NE corner) or at Regional Rail Stations.

A special SEPTA map of the "Beyond the Bell" historical district is available, showing SEPTA bus and subway lines along with arrows noting traffic direction.

SEPTA Transit Gift Store

Located in the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority's headquarters, this shop offers a unique selection of memorabilia, books, films and collectables for railroad and transit enthusiasts, including train displays, toys, and wooden railroads. Displays and exhibits document the history of SEPTA and mass transportation in southeastern Pennsylvania.

1234 Market Street - Lobby level 215-580-7168
Mon-Fri 10-5; Sat 10-3
shop.septa.org a child-friendly site gift shop handicap accessible free admission