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Changes to SEPTA Regional Rail Parking: Higher Fees, 7 Free Lots to Start Charging

Parking lots at the Woodbourne, Bristol, Wissahickon, Ivy Ridge, Miquon, Conshohocken and Levittown stations will no longer be free starting in 2019.

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Parking Fees Added to 7 Regional Rail SEPTA Lots

    Starting in the middle of next year, seven regional rail SEPTA parking lots will start charging a parking fee of $1.25 per day or $25 a month.

    (Published Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018)

    What to Know

    • Parking lots at the Woodbourne, Bristol, Wissahickon, Ivy Ridge, Miquon, Conshohocken and Levittown stations will no longer be free.

    • Other system wide updates include an increase in parking fees and the addition of technology that accepts the SEPTA Key card for payment.

    SEPTA could see an uptick in revenue next year when more than half a dozen Regional Rail station parking lots start requiring payment.

    The public transit agency told The Inquirer it will switch seven free parking lots, which total 1,500 spaces, to paid.

    Commuters should expect the change – affecting the lots at the Woodbourne, Bristol, Wissahickon, Ivy Ridge, Miquon, Conshohocken, and Levittown stations – to occur in 2019, in sync with other system wide updates, including an increase in parking fees and the addition of technology that accepts the SEPTA Key card for payment, the report said.

    For more on parking pricing changes, click here.

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