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SEPTA Rolls Out Key Card for Senior Free Rides

Free SEPTA Riders Transition to Key Card

Seniors, who ride for free, can soon start using the SEPTA Key system. (Published Monday, Nov. 14, 2016)

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority is rolling out the SEPTA Key card feature to senior citizens.

The photo ID allows seniors to "tap-and-go" for free trips on all SEPTA subways, buses and trolleys without having to show their ID to a cashier or operator.

SEPTA says the approximately 40,000 seniors who have already applied for a SEPTA Key Senior Photo ID Card will receive them in the mail over the course of the next month.

Seniors who have not applied can do so at a number of locations, including SEPTA Headquarters and at the offices of many elected officials. SEPTA Key Cards for Senior Free RidesSEPTA Key Cards for Senior Free Rides

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(Published Monday, Nov. 14, 2016)