Miller Lite Sponsors Free Rides on Broad Street Line for Eagles Opener

Miller Lite Sponsors Free Rides on Broad Street Line for Eagles Opener

No fares or transfers needed for Broad Street Line Trips from 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Sept. 20

SEPTA has partnered with Miller Lite to provide free rides on the Broad Street Line for Sunday’s Eagles Home Opener Game.

From 1:00 pm. To 9:00 pm. On game day – Sunday, September 20, 2014 – free rides will available on the Broad Street Line. This includes no charges for regular fares or transfers. The eight-hour free-ride window provides plenty of time for travel to and from Lincoln Financial Field, where the Eagles and Cowboys will face-off at 4:25 pm

To accommodate fans, SEPTA will supplement regularly scheduled trains with fourteen Sports Express trips on the Broad Street Line departing from Fern Rock Transportation Center starting at 1:30 pm

The Broad Street Line offers convenient access to Lincoln Financial Field and other Sports Complex venues via AT&T Station. Broad Street Line trains are also easily accessible from a variety of SEPTA travel modes and other transit services (Please note: Regular rates apply to all other transit services during the Miller Lite free ride event).

Services that connect with the Broad Street Line include:

Market-Frankford Line: Transfer to the Broad Street Line at 15th Street/City Hall.

Regional Rail: Riders on all lines can depart at Market East or Suburban stations for easy access to the Broad Street Line at City Hall.

Trolley: Transfers to City Hall available via routes 10, 11, 13, 34 and 36.

Bus: A number of routes provide connections to a number of different stations along the Broad Street Line. Riders can find connecting bus service by using trip planning tools available at , using the free SEPTA Apps for iPhone and Android, and by calling customer service representatives at (215) 580-7800.

Fans from South Jersey can catch a ride by taking the PATCO High Speed Line to 12th/13th and Locust – just follow the signs in the concourse to the Broad Street Line.