SEPTA works with nearby transportation services to help you travel. The services below either connect with or are next to SEPTA stations. They extend the reach of our transportation network.
Serving points nationwide from William H. Gray III 30th Street Station, North Philadelphia Station, Ardmore Station, Paoli Station, Trenton Transit Station, and Wilmington Station. Amtrak and SEPTA also connect at Downingtown and Exton on the Paoli/Thorndale Line and at Cornwell’s Heights on the Trenton Line. Popular destinations include Harrisburg, Lancaster, and Quakertown in Pennsylvania; Wilmington, Delaware; Trenton and Newark in New Jersey; New York City; and Washington, DC. Check Amtrak Thruway Connecting Services for intercity service, usually by bus, to Reading and other destinations.
DART First State
Serving points throughout the State of Delaware from Claymont, Wilmington, Churchman’s Crossing, and Newark.
Greyhound bus routes run between Philadelphia and many major cities along the East Coast and beyond. The Greyhound Station is located at 618 Market Street, between 6th and 7th streets, with additional stops in the SEPTA service region. Popular destinations include Allentown and New York City.
Serving points all around New Jersey from Jefferson Station, William H. Gray III 30th Street Station, and Trenton Transit Center. Popular destinations include Cherry Hill, Atlantic City, Princeton, New Brunswick, and Newark.
Providing bus service in the Pottstown area from the Charles W. Dickinson Transportation Center.
Providing high-speed rail service to multiple points in Camden County from Camden to Lindenwold. PATCO has multiple stops in Center City, including Jefferson Station.
How to Travel to and from the Philadelphia International Airport
The best option for travel between Center City and Philadelphia International Airport is Regional Rail’s Airport Line. Airport Line service stops at all major airport terminals as well as University City, Center City, and near Temple University.
All stations served by the Airport Line are accessible.
Trains run every 30 minutes on weekdays and run hourly on weekends. Service runs from 4 am to midnight.
Trains from the airport take about 25 minutes to reach Center City in Philadelphia.
Bus Service and Schedules
Three bus lines also stop at the airport: Route 37, Route 108, and Route 115.
Fares and Related Information
See the related information about service, fares, and payment methods on the airport’s website.
Help us provide a great online experience by reporting issues and sharing ideas for improvements.