How much is SEPTA Market Frankford Line?

The fare is $2 per ride; your first transfer is free, $1 for your next transfer if you have a SEPTA Key card. No Key card, no worry, the cost per ride is $2.50 which you can use to purchase a Quick Trip (ticket) from the Fare Kiosk at the station.

How many stops does the Market Frankford Line have?


Market–Frankford Line
Termini 69th Street Transportation Center Frankford Transportation Center
Stations 28

Are the subways running in Philadelphia?

Philadelphia’s three subway lines, operated by SEPTA, run from 5:00 am to 1:00 am. The frequency of available subways depend on the line and if it is peak or non-peak hours. The PACTO line runs 24 hours a day. The subway runs 24 hours on Fridays and Saturdays with service every 20 minutes.

When was the Frankford El built?

A brief history of The El The 5.25 mile-long Frankford Elevated section was built between 1915 and 1922 and began regular service from Northeast Philly to Center City on November 5, 1922. Daily ridership on the line peaked at 250,000 in the 1940s.

Is the BSL running?

BSL: Northbound local service is operating on or close to schedule.

What Septa stop is Citizens Bank Park?

NRG Station
SEPTA’s Broad Street Line is the absolute best route to all the events at Citizens Bank Park. NRG Station is located at Broad & Pattison – a short walk (about 7 minutes) to Citizens Bank Park. Trains run every 8 to 10 minutes.

Where is the Market Frankford Line?

Allegheny station is a rapid transit station on SEPTA Market–Frankford Line in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is located at the intersection of Kensington and Allegheny avenues (known as “K&A”) and H Street in the Kensington neighborhood of North Philadelphia.

What time does the G bus come?

G bus Schedule

Day Operating Hours
Sunday 12:27 AM – 11:05 PM
Monday 12:27 AM – 11:05 PM
Tuesday 12:27 AM – 11:05 PM
Wednesday 12:27 AM – 11:05 PM

How safe is septa at night?

Yes SEPTA regional rail is safe at night.

What is El Railway?

An elevated railway or elevated train (also known as an el train for short) is a rapid transit railway with the tracks above street level on a viaduct or other elevated structure (usually constructed from steel, cast iron, concrete, or bricks).

What do they call the subway in Philadelphia?

SEPTA is the nation’s sixth-largest public transit system, with train, subway, trolley and bus lines serving 1.3 million customers every day, and giving visitors an easy, affordable way to explore Philly.

Is the Market Frankford Line a rapid transit line?

The Market–Frankford Line (MFL) (also called the Market–Frankford Subway–Elevated Line (MFSE), the Market–Frankford El (MFE), the El (/ ɛl /), or the Blue Line) is one of three rapid transit lines in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; it and the Broad Street Line are operated by SEPTA, and the PATCO Speedline is operated by PATCO.

Where is the Market Frankford Line in Philadelphia?

The Market-Frankford Line runs from the 69th Street Transportation Center in Upper Darby, just outside of West Philadelphia, through Center City Philadelphia to the Frankford Transportation Center in Near Northeast Philadelphia. With more than 180,000 boardings on an average weekday, it is the busiest route in the SEPTA system.

How to find the stations on the SEPTA line?

This clickable map provides detailed information about each station. You may zoom and scroll around the map, then click on the station name to view more information.

Where are the MFL tracks on the Frankford Line?

The MFL tracks are in the center and the trolley tracks are on the outside. 30th Street consists of an island platform between the two innermost tracks for Market–Frankford Line trains, and outboard “wall” platforms for Subway–Surface route 10, 11, 13, 34, and 36 trolleys.