SEPTA is introducing new, intuitive communications tools to make using transit easier than ever to use.
Starting with the February 2019 schedule change, the timetable front cover will promote the 15-15-5 routes. That means the route comes every 15 minutes, 15 hours per day (6:00 am to 9:00 pm), 5 days per week (Monday through Friday). Inside the schedules you will find the full weekday/weekend schedule, plus a quick glance TRAVEL HEADWAY GRID to streamline your trip planning and travel. The transit maps show the bus network by frequency. When a service comes frequently, there is little need for advanced planning making these routes competitive with today's dynamic transportation options.
We're are also working on two new transit map concepts that will give our customers a new way to look at and envision SEPTA transit. The transit maps show the bus network by frequency. When a service comes frequently, there is little need for advanced planning making these routes competitive with today's dynamic transportation options.
- 15-Minute Routes (every 15 minutes or less) noted in magenta
- 30-Minute Routes (every 30 minutes or less) noted in blue
- 60-Minute Routes (every 60 minutes or less) noted in grey
These maps are concepts, which means we want your input.
After you view the maps, please fill out the survey below. And don't forget to sign up for email updates on the bus network redesign project.
- Full Network Map: This map shows the entire bus network by frequency, no matter how often the route comes. With this map you can see the entire core of SEPTA's network, and quickly and easily plan trips all around the region.
- 15-Minute Transit Map: This map is a simple schematic drawing of all our routes that come every 15 minutes or less, 15 hours per day (6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.), 5 days per week (Monday thru Friday). You can use all the routes on this map like you use the Broad Street Line and Market-Frankford Line - just show up and ride.
These maps clearly show each bus route and how they connect with other services. The goal is to show the strength of SEPTA Transit and how these routes work together to create a network that can move the whole region.
DOWNLOAD | A New Way to Look at Transit Brochure (PDF)