Pennsylvania: SEPTA starts major expansion of Key Card

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) has started the transition from the “Early Adopters” phase of the new Key Card. This expansion includes all transit stations and customers are able to get a new Key Card with the purchase of a TransPass (Weekly/Monthly), Convenience Pass or when they load funds to a Travel Wallet.
The expansion has started with the 69th Street station, due to the wide range of customers it serves as SEPTA’s largest transit hub. From 13 February to early March, Fare Kiosks will be activated at: all Broad Street Line stations, all Market-Frankford Line stations and major bus loops.
Riders will immediately begin to see significant benefits by moving to the Key, including: options to load online, over the phone and at kiosks, as well as automatic reload; no more waiting to purchase passes, tokens and transfers; balance protection from loss or theft.

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