BREAKING: SEPTA Goes On Strike In Two Minutes!



SEPTA Service Interruption Is In Effect as of Tuesday, November 3, 2009 @ 3:00 a.m.septa.gif

Transport Workers Union, Local 234 has announced a work stoppage
as of 3:00 a.m. this morning.

SEPTA is prepared with an alternate service plan for customers, but asks for patience and understanding as some of services become unavailable and others that are running may experience heavier than usual customer use.

The following important service information contains useful travel tips to assist riders as Bus, Subway, and Trolley service is discontinued.

The following services will not run:
Broad Street Line and Broad-Ridge Spursepta.gif
Market-Frankford Line
All City Transit bus, trolley and trackless trolley routes
Frontier Division bus routes

The following services will run:
Regional Rail
Train service will be the best choice for travel in and around Philadelphia
Suburban Transit
Bus Routes 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109-114, 115, 117-120, 123 & 125; the Route 101 & 102 Trolley; the Norristown High Speed Line; and contract routes 204, 205, 306, 310 and 314
Route service will change for those buses that normally travel into the City.
LUCY (Loop through University City)
Green and Gold Loop service will operate regular routing from 30th Street Station to selected University septa.gifCity destinations
CCT Connect
Regular service will operate for registered ADA and Shared Ride customers. There may be some delays due to increased demand and local street traffic

For SEPTA s full Service Interruption Guide and other related information please visit

To reach Customer Service call 215-580-7800 (TDD/TYY 215-580-7853.  Extended hours will be in effect beginning at 6:00 a.m.

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