As an incentive to protect your Pass or Travel Wallet funds, against loss or theft, SEPTA offers a reimbursement when you register a new Key card. Beginning May 4th, the transit authority will start charging $4.95 for new SEPTA Key cards. With the full transition of the SEPTA Key fare system, starting September 1st, PA issued Senior Citizen Transit ID Cards (the yellow and blue paper cards) will NOT BE VALID FOR TRAVEL on SEPTA. This reloadable, contactless chip card offers a host of options for seamless travel and the self-serve flexibility of loading/reloading SEPTA fares to match your travel needs. "Key card" means your Key card number, which is the 16-digit number on the front of your Key card. Customers must use a SEPTA Key Reduced Fare Card Photo ID) Medicare Card (Valid through 1/15/18) Information is also available on Paratransit service from CCT Connect. We bet you aren't the first to ask. But according to a recent ridership report, about 21 percent of city transit riders, which includes subway and trolley users along with bus passengers, pay per ride with their Key card or tokens. It costs USD $ 2.5 for a ride on the bus for an adult. Email us at [email protected]. PA Issued Senior Citizen Transit ID Cards No Longer Accepted for Travel Effective September 1, 2018. SEPTA Key cards are also available at the major SEPTA Sales & Ticket Offices. Best part - you can opt for auto-reload so that you never have to worry. You can buy a SEPTA Key card and load/reload fare products at Regional Rail Ticket Offices during regular Ticket Office Hours and from the Fare Kiosks at the Airport, Penn Medicine Station, 30th Street Station, Suburban Station, Jefferson Station, and Temple University Station. You can get a SEPTA Key card from any Fare Kiosk or SEPTA Sales or Ticket Office. Effective September 1, seniors will need a SEPTA Key Senior Photo ID Card or a valid Pennsylvania Driver’s Licenses and Non-Driver IDs with a magnetic stripe on the back, which can still be swiped at turnstiles and fare boxes to receive the free Transit and Regional Rail rides. You can register your card online at SEPTAKey.org or by calling the Key Customer Call Center at 1-855-567-3782. A Quick Trip is a single ride fare, for one (1) person, (no transfers) that can be used for travel on the Market-Frankford and Broad Street/Broad Ridge Spur Line ($2.50 each) and on Regional Rail (price varies by zone and time of day). It is being rolled out on Regional Rail, but the process hasn’t gone smoothly. You can load/reload your Travel Wallet at all SEPTA Sales Offices, Market-Frankford and Broad Street Line Station and Bus Loop Fare Kiosks, online through the SEPTA Key website or the SEPTA Key Customer Call Center. Travel Wallet is now available on Regional Rail. This protection allows you to report your lost or stolen Key card online or over the phone, and move your pass products and/or Travel Wallet to a replacement card. SEPTA Introduces the Key Card ... SEPTA is replacing their current fare collection process with a new "smart" system, known as New Payment Technology or “NPT,” which works seamlessly across the entire SEPTA transportation network. Plus SEPTA will reimburse the $4.95 purchase fee if you register your Key card within 30 days of the purchase date. It is the future of fare payment with one, reloadable, contactless chip card that offers a host of options for seamless travel and self-service flexibility. One Day passes have 10 ride limit. Weekly TrailPasses have 56 ride limit. Once you've set up an account and registered your Key card you will be able to use the site to manage your Key card including loading/reloading fare products and reviewing your trip history. When you arrive at your destination you must tap your card on the platform validator to close your trip. This new app is perfect for customers on the go with your best SEPTA travel options right at your fingertips. You can also purchase a single trip ticket - called a Quick Trip - from a Fare Kiosk at the Airport, Penn Medicine Station, 30th Street Station, Suburban Station, Jefferson Station, and Temple University Station. Key Cards can be purchased at SEPTA Sales Locations and from Transit Station and Bus Loop Fare Kiosks. The $4.95 fee will automatically be applied to your Key card Travel Wallet. Don't see what you're looking for? This is a quick video to show you how easy it is to purchase and use the new SEPTA Key. >> READ MORE: Proposed SEPTA hikes draw fire This feature lets you … Riders can still pay for SEPTA fares with cash, but a trip costs $2.50, compared to $2 with a Key card. It cannot be tapped multiple times to pay for anyone traveling with you. We have created a map showing all of the locations that will be updated regularly as new retailers join the SEPTA Key sales network. (Transit: Bus, Trolley, Trackless Trolley, Market Frankford Line, Broad Street/Broad Ridge Spur Line, Norristown High Speed Line), Weekly TransPass (good for 56 rides)Monthly TransPass (good for 240 rides), * Effective July 1, 2019 TransPasses will no longer be accepted on the, Airport Regional Rail Line for regular Weekday Travel. SEPTA officials will meet with Haver, said Rich Burnfield, SEPTA's deputy general manager and treasurer, though he did not commit to forming a committee.