Eagles’ Fans Line Up For Septa Tickets In Wilmington

 

Randall Grunden

Wilmington – Eagles’ fans are lining up at the Wilmington Amtrak Station to grab their Septa tickets for Thursday’s Parade.

Randall Grunden
Parade Day Service Information
Thursday, February 8, 2018

Service information for Buses, Broad Street and Market Frankford Line trains, Trolleys, and Regional Rail trains is listed below.

Broad Street Line/Market Frankford Line

Service Information:
  • Maps show the stations that will be OPEN during the Eagles Super Bowl Parade celebration – ALL OTHER STATIONS WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE ENTIRE SERVICE DAY
    • Open Stations are subject to closure based on crowding conditions on the platform or on the street
  • Service will run approximately every 5-7 minutes
  • BE PREPARED TO WAIT IN LINE OUTSIDE OF THE STATION BEFORE BOARDING A TRAIN
  • NO additional late night service will operate
    • Owl Bus service will be dependent upon street closures

To celebrate the Eagles win, Independence Blue Cross is sponsoring free rides on the Market Frankford and Broad Street Lines on parade day

PARKING OPTIONS

Broad Street Line

Fern Rock Transportation Center

  • SEPTA daily parking – 429 spaces, $2/day
  • Non-SEPTA daily parking – PPA Lot, $2/day

AT&T Station

  • City lots will be CLOSED

Market Frankford Line

FTC

  • SEPTA daily parking – 989 spaces, $3.25 ($2.70 with Pre-Paid card)/day

69th Street Transportation Center

  • SEPTA daily parking – 182 spaces, $2/day
Trolley Routes 10, 11, 13, 34, 36
Service Information:
    • All Stations will be open except for 15th Street, which will be CLOSED FOR THE ENTIRE SERVICE DAY
    • BE PREPARED TO WAIT IN LINE OUTSIDE OF 19TH & 22ND STREET STATIONS BEFORE BOARDING A TRAIN
  • Late night service will operate as shown in the public timetable
Trolley Routes 101 & 102
Service Information:
    • All Stations will be open
    • Service will operate every 15 minutes
  • Customers transferring to the Market Frankford Line at 69th Street should be prepared to WAIT IN LINE OUTSIDE OF THE FARELINE BEFORE BOARDING THE TRAIN
Norristown High Speed Line
Service Information:
    • All Stations will be open
    • Local Service will operate every 15 minutes
  • Customers transferring to the Market Frankford Line at 69th Street should be prepared to WAIT IN LINE OUTSIDE OF THE FARELINE BEFORE BOARDING THE TRAIN

PARKING OPTIONS

Norristown TC

  • SEPTA daily parking (garage) – 513 spaces, $3 or $2 w Value Card/day
  • SEPTA daily parking – 136 spaces, $1/day

Free Parking at:

  • DeKalb St
  • Gulph Mills
  • Matsonford
  • Radnor
  • Villanova
  • Bryn Mawr
  • Haverford
  • Ardmore Ave
  • Ardmore Jct
  • Wynnewood Rd
Bus
Scheduled Detours
  • The following Routes (27 in total) will be on scheduled detour: 2, 4, 7, 9, 12, 16, 17, 21, 27, 29, 31, 32, 33, 37, 38, 40, 42, 43, 44, 45, 48, 64, 68, 79, 124, 125 and G
  • Additional Routes may go on detour based on traffic at the direction of City of Philadelphia Police
CCT
Service Information:
    • CCT will operate a regular service day
    • Travel may be significantly impacted by pedestrian and vehicular traffic and rolling detours implemented by Philadelphia Police
    • Customers traveling for medical care facilities located near the parade routing are encouraged to schedule appointments for the day before the parade
    • CUSTOMERS USING CCT ON PARADE DAY SHOULD EXPECT TRAVEL DELAYS AS A RESULT OF THIS EVENT
  • Please check for updates on the CCT web pages and the CCT phone line
Regional Rail
Service Information:

Visit the Regional Rail section for service and fare information for the Philadelphia Eagles victory parade.

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