Transportation in the Philadelphia area

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Philadelphia is served by the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA), providing rail, subway, trolley, bus, and trackless trolley service in Philadelphia and it's metro area.

SEPTA

Other transit agencies serving Philadelphia or the region

  • NJ Transit operates buses between Philadelphia and New Jersey, as well as service throughout New Jersey.
  • PATCO, operated by the DRPA, provides high speed rail service between Center City Philadelphia and southern New Jersey.
  • Amtrak operates intercity rail from 30th Street Station.
  • Megabus and Bolt Bus operate low price, direct bus service to New York City from 30th Street Station. Megabus also offers service to other cities.
  • Greyhound and Peter Pan operate intercity bus service from the Greyhound Terminal at 10th & Filbert streets.

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