Is the MFL running?
MFL subway time schedule overview for the upcoming week: Starts operating at 4:36 AM and ends at 11:59 PM. Operating days this week: everyday.
Why is the Market Frankford Line called the El?
Why is The El called The El? The train, which takes riders from the Frankford Transportation Center to 69th Street, is elevated above the city except between 2nd and 40th streets, where it runs underneath Market Street. Because it’s the elevated train, it’s been called “The El” for forever.
How much does the Market Frankford Line cost?
The base fare for riding the line is $2.00 using the Travel Wallet on a SEPTA Key card and $2.50 using a Quick Trip. Payment of base fare includes free transfer to the subway–surface lines at 30th, 15th, and 13th Street stations, as well as to the Broad Street Line at 15th street.
How much does it cost to ride the subway in Philadelphia?
The fare is $2 per ride; your first transfer is free, $1 for your next transfer if you have a SEPTA Key card. No Key card, no worry, the cost per ride is $2.50 which you can use to purchase a Quick Trip (ticket) from the Fare Kiosk at the station.
Does septa run all night?
SEPTA runs 24 hour train service on the Market-Frankford & Broad Street Lines for late night, Friday and Saturday evening travel. (Regular Owl Bus service runs Sunday through Thursday nights).
Does the MFL run all night?
Overnight buses will stop at all stations along both lines. This is the same service that operates along the MFL and BSL during weekday overnights.” Service on routes currently operating 15-15-5 (15 minutes or less, 15 hours a day, 5 days per week Monday to Friday) will be continued, SEPTA said.
Can you still pay cash on Septa?
A: You may still use cash on board SEPTA buses and trolleys. Cashiers will no longer accept cash and tokens and will not issue transfers.
Is it the El or the L?
“‘L’ is correct use, dates back >120 yrs in Chgo; “el” is generic abbrev. for ‘elevated,’ ‘L’ applies to whole system. #settled,” @CTA responded in Twitter speak. That’s not to say the “El” isn’t used, despite the fact that only parts of the city’s rail system are elevated.
How do you pay for a Septa train?
Fare Information for Transit & Regional Rail Travel
- SEPTA Key Fares Accepted on Transit.
- SEPTA Key Card loaded with a valid Pass – Weekly or Monthly TransPass. TrailPass (all Zones) Weekly or Monthly Cross County Pass (as applicable), One Day Convenience Pass or 3 Day Convenience Pass.
- NOT Valid on Buses or Regional Rail.
How much does a Septa train ticket cost?
Purchase a SEPTA Key Quick Trip from the Fare Kiosks located on the Train Platforms (center boarding platform kiosk accepts cash/credit & debit, baggage claim side platform kiosk only accepts credit/debit only).
How much does it cost to ride the Septa?
Bus fare is $2 per ride; your first transfer is free, $1 for your next transfer if you have a SEPTA Key card. If you’re paying cash, the cost is $2.50 and you must have exact change – the Bus Operator cannot make change.
Can you live in Philadelphia without a car?
You can go car-free.
While Philadelphia isn’t as walkable as New York City, it’s still possible to go without a car in Philly. Depending on where you live, work and recreate you can get around by walking, biking or taking public transit.
How do you get around Philadelphia without a car?
Navigating by Bus, Train and Trolley. If you’re living in Philadelphia without a car, the public transportation system has you covered. The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) includes a system of buses, trolleys, subways and a commuter rail with lines throughout the city.
Is the Philly subway safe?
The subway has about 300k people per day riding. It’s perfectly safe and reliable yet there are some reasons why ridership doesn’t seem as high as it is. it’s mostly peak commuter ridership.