SEPTA annouced some seasonal scheduling changes to some city and suburban transit routes and the time changes went into effect on Sunday.
SEPTA says the minor time adjustments are being made to certain bus, trolley and train routes to help improve customer service and efficiency. These seasonal changes are made three times a year.
“A number of operational factors, such as changes in ridership, are taken into account when making changes to timetables," says SEPTA spokesman Andrew Busch.
Some routes will stay the same.
SEPTA says they are only printing out new schedules for routes that are being changed, as part of their effort to control costs and be environmentally friendly.