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Service Increases and Fare Discounts Help to Make SEPTA the Way to Go
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, SEPTA has never stopped running, providing vital transit service for the region’s essential workers and those needing to access life sustaining services. Whether your employees are heading back to work for the first time this week or for the first time in over a year – SEPTA is the constant that keeps our region running.
As the region continues its recovery, we are pleased to see more riders returning to safe, convenient, affordable and environmentally sustainable SEPTA service for their daily commutes, and SEPTA will be increasing service levels on all modes to meet anticipated demand. New Transit schedules go into effect on Sunday and Monday, August 29 and 30, increasing service to 93% of pre-COVID levels, and on Sunday, September 5, new Regional Rail schedules will increase weekday service to 65% of pre-COVID levels.
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People in Delaware County Urged to Wear Masks Regardless of Vaccination Status
The Pennsylvania Health Alert Network has issued the recommendation that all people, regardless of vaccination status wear a mask in public indoor settings.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued updated COVID-19 guidance based on new evidence of the Delta variant currently circulating in the United States.