Public Transit

The City of Philadelphia provides you with a wide array of public transportation options through Septa (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority).  Below are a list of transportation options and travel information:

SEPTA Bus Routes
SEPTA Trolley Lines
SEPTA Regional Rail Lines
SEPTA Norristown High Speed Rail Line

SEPTA Subway lines include:
Broad Street Line
Market-Frankford Line

SEPTA also has Customized Community Transportation. CCT Connect provides service to individuals with disabilities and senior citizens.

For more information visit  CCT Connect's website.

Major Roadways:

I-95/Delaware Expressway

I-95 runs North and South through South Philadelphia.  It provides access to Philadelphia International Airport, the Walt Whitman Bridge, the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, and the South Philadelphia Sports Complex.  I-95 interests with I-76, I-676 and PA Route 611.

I-76/Schuylkill Expressway

Interstate 76 runs East and West and runs through Philadelphia on the Schuylkill River.  The highway connects with Interstate 95 in Southeast Philadelphia.  I-76 provides access to University City, Center City, 30th Street Station, and provides access for the Western Suburbs.

I-676/Vine Street Expressway

The Vine Street Expressway provides easy access from the Schuylkill Expressway and Interstate 95.  Running East and West, the expressway starts at the Schuylkill River, cuts through the city, and over the Benjamin Franklin Bridge.

Route 611/Broad Street

Although it is not usually referred to as Route 611, Broad Street (also known as Route 611) runs throughout the city of Philadelphia from exit 17 on I-95 in South Philadelphia to Monroe County.  PA Route 611 runs for about 110 miles in Pennsylvania.
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