Connection to Market-Frankford Line

Connect to the Market-Frankford Line at the 69th Street Terminal stop from the Norristown High Speed Rail.

The Market–Frankford Line is a high speed rail that begins at 69th Street Terminal, in Upper Darby and runs directly through Center City Philadelphia.

Schedule

Fares

http://www.septa.org/fares/transit/index.html

Cash: Cash is accepted and exact fare must be used.

Tokens: Tokens provide a discount off our base cash fare. Tokens may only be purchased in packs of 2 of two or more.
They are also available for bulk purchase at most stations (i.e. Bryn Mawr and Haverford’s SEPTA Regional Rail Station Desks during regular hours) Tokens may not be returned at any time for a refund.

Transfers

A transfer may be purchased when a trip requires more than one transit service in the same direction of travel. A re-transfer may also be purchased for an additional fee. The purchase of a transfer must occur when a customer boards the first service used; a re-transfer is purchased on the second service.

Transfers are sold on a bus, trolley, trackless trolley or Norristown High Speed Line onboard; and from a cashier booth attendant on the Market-Frankford Line and Broad Street Line.

There are three locations where customers may transfer for free between services. Signs and announcements often refer to this as a free interchange.

  • 15th Street/City Hall Station provides a free interchange between the Market-Frankford Line, Broad Street Line and Trolley Lines
  • 13th Street/Juniper Station provides a free interchange between the Market-Frankford Line and Trolley Lines
  • 30th Street provides a free interchange between the Market-Frankford Line and Trolley Lines
  • Up to two transfers are permitted for each one-way trip, and transfers are not permitted on trips near the trip’s origin.

Zone Change

There are no additional charges for zone changes on the Market-Frankford Line