SEPTA Key Senior ID Cards expiring in 2020 will be automatically extended 12 months

SEPTA is providing a one-year extension of all SEPTA Key Senior ID Cards expiring in the 2020 calendar year. Seniors with a card expiring in 2020 can continue to ride SEPTA using their current card for 12 months beyond the printed date of expiration. (For example, cards with a May 2020 expiration date will be valid for travel through May 2021.)

The changes noted above apply only to cards expiring in calendar year 2020 and do not affect new applications in any way. 

Applying for new SEPTA Key Cards: Rep. David Delloso’s district office in Ridley Park (605 E. Chester Pike) will continue to process in-person applications for new SEPTA Key Senior ID cards, which are available to everyone age 65 or older with a valid ID. Delloso's mobile office in Collingdale Borough Hall (800 MacDade Blvd., staff located in former gym) also can help process ID cards on the first Tuesday of each month. For more information, please contact Delloso’s office at (610) 534-1002.

Same-day SEPTA Key Senior ID cards also are available at SEPTA Headquarters and the Accessible Travel Center in Center City. The SEPTA Key Senior ID Card offers free travel on all SEPTA transportation within Pennsylvania, including buses, trolleys, subways and Regional Rail.

In the coming year, SEPTA will continue to develop a process that will allow the offices of state representatives to handle card renewals in the future.

Optional renewal: Even though no SEPTA Key Senior ID Card will expire during the 2020 calendar year, cardholders with a Senior ID Card expiring in 2020 who wish to optionally renew their card in the coming year can obtain same-day card renewal at one of the below locations:

  • SEPTA Headquarters – 1234 Market St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19107.
  • SEPTA Accessible Travel Center – Room #109, Suburban Station, 15 N. 16th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19107.