SEPTA is helping riders shake off traffic congestion with additional service to accommodate fans heading to Lincoln Financial Field for the Taylor Swift concerts this weekend. For their convenience, SEPTA advises riders to plan their trips to and from the concert and purchase fares in advance.
Broad Street Line
In addition to regular service on the Broad Street Line, five Local trains will make all stops to NRG Station departing Fern Rock Transportation Center on the following dates and times:
- Friday, May 12: 6:08 p.m.; 6:18 p.m.; 6:28 p.m.; 6:38 p.m.; and 6:48 pm
- Saturday, May 13: 4:30 p.m.; 4:40 pm, 4:50 p.m.; 5 p.m.; and 5:10 pm
- Sunday, May 14: 4:42 p.m.; 4:52 p.m.; 5:02 p.m.; 5:12 p.m.; and 5:22 pm
Additional service from Center City will be offered on the Paoli/Thorndale, Media/Wawa, and West Trenton Lines on Saturday, May 13, and Sunday, May 14 only. Regular service scheduled for Friday already includes late-night service. Please check the link for specific times https://www.septa.org/bulletins/extra-regional-rail-late-night-service-taylor-swift-concerts-may-13-and-14/.
SEPTA strongly urges riders to go directly to NRG Station after the concerts end so that they can catch both the Broad Street Line and connecting services.
SEPTA riders are encouraged to load funds on a SEPTA Key Card before the concert.
Customers can also use SEPTA Key Tix. SEPTA Key Tix is available within the SEPTA app for trips on buses, trolleys, the Broad Street Line, Market-Frankford Line, and Norristown High Speed Line. Customers can use a credit card to download a QR-code ticket that can be read at fareboxes and turnstiles. Please note that SEPTA Key Tix is not available for Regional Rail.
Customers using the Broad Street and Market-Frankford lines can purchase Quick Trips from station Kiosks. Quick Trips are valid all day. SEPTA urges riders to buy their return Quick Trip before the show to speed up their trips after the concert.
For Regional Train tickets, customers can load their SEPTA Key Card or buy tickets at station kiosks, sales ticket offices, or on board the train using cash or a credit or debit card.
Information and Travel Planning
Riders can download the Transit Watch app, which allows them to share safety and security tips discreetly and receive alerts.
For more information about SEPTA, including trip planning tools and real-time travel updates, visit septa.org, follow @SEPTA on Twitter, download the SEPTA App, or call Customer Service at (215) 580-7800.