SEPTA Launches Fall Schedule Changes

SEPTA Launches Fall Schedule Changes

Expanded Service Starts With Bus Routes To Two Colleges

SEPTA is launching fall schedule changes starting Monday, August 31st by restoring full service on bus routes utilized by students and faculty at two local colleges.

Customers using bus routes 112 and 120 will see full service restored starting Monday. Service has been on a summer schedule.

For the Route 112, the fall schedule will mean the restoration of special service to and from the main campus of Delaware County Community College in Marple Townshp, Pa. The Route 112 runs from the 69th Street Terminal to the college.

In addition, full service will be restored on the Route 120, which serves riders in Delaware County, including students and faculty at Cheyney University. The Route 120 runs from the 69th Street Terminal to Cheyney’s campus in Thornbury Township, Pa.

SEPTA will announce more service updates in the coming weeks, as the transit authority transitions from its summer schedule to the full fall schedule. For service updates, visit

For full schedule and fare information, call SEPTA Customer Service at 215-580-7800.