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Tap In-Tap Out!

Updated: Mar 24, 2020

Exciting changes are continuing with SEPTA’s Key Program. SEPTA continues to move forward with the implementation of SEPTA Key on Regional Rail with an important change at Penn Medicine Stationand Temple University Station.

Customers with SEPTA Key cards and SEPTA Key Senior ID Cards will need to "tap to exit" or TAP OUT at designated turnstiles at these station (look for signage/floor graphics). Customers with magnetic stripe passes can swipe to exit at any turnstile.

Just as you TAP IN at the end of your day, TAPPING OUT means you need to have your SEPTA Key card or TrailPass or Quick Trip readily available when moving through the turnstiles in the morning.

SEPTA plans to implement tap to exit at all of the Center City Regional Rail stations, with the recent rollouts at Jefferson Station and Suburban Station. This will help customers prepare for the full implementation of SEPTA Key on Regional Rail including the introduction of Travel Wallet.

TAPPING OUT does not count as another trip on your TrailPass nor will it double-charge your Travel Wallet. The taps provide SEPTA with real-time information they can use to see when customers are traveling through the stations and in what direction, which stations have the most boards, and more.

Another program transit riders should take advantage of is SEPTA Perks. With your SEPTA pass or Key card, you can get discounts on food, drink, museums, sports, shops and more. Check out this website to see which organizations are participation so you can start saving even more today!

If your employees are interested in learning more about SEPTA Key Program, please contact GVF today!



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