Southeastern PA

SEPTA key senior photo ID cards now needed for free rides

RED HILL, Pa. - Seniors can begin applying for the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority's Key Senior Photo ID. 

This must be obtained by individuals over the age of 65 to continue to travel at no cost on SEPTA transit routes or to take reduced-fare rides. SEPTA is no longer accepting Medicare and Railroad Retirement cards as proof of age beginning Jan. 16.

Rep. Justin Simmons, a Republican of Lehigh, Montgomery and Northampton counties, reminded residents that they can obtain the photo ID free of charge at his district office in Red Hill at 56 West 4th St. on the second floor. You are required to show proof of age to obtain the ID. 


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