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Philadelphia is the biggest and sixth-most populated city in Pennsylvania, U.S. The public transport in Philadelphia includes buses, subway, trolley, ferries and regional trains.
SEPTA buses run through the city on 70 routes. There are also night owl routes which run 24 hours. The SEPTA buses are divided into buses which run throughout the city and buses which run in the suburbs. Getting a map to see their timetable is a good idea.
Trolley buses run on routes 59,66 and 75. They are a common sight in the city centre, however, there are not as many trolley buses now than there were in the past. Most of the routes which were reserved for trolley buses have been replaced with regular buses instead.
Philadelphia subway has one of the oldest subway systems in the U.S. Its two lines are Market-Frankford Line which is also called Blue Line, and Broad Street Line commonly known as the Orange Line. Both lines are available for 24 hours every day.
SEPTA's regional rail connects Philadelphia's city centre to its surrounding area. The regional train network is not as frequent as the subway, however it is very clean and comfortable. Trains are available from 5 am until midnight and the fare varies whether you buy it upfront or from the conductor.
There is also a train service PATCO which runs 24 hours and is a high speed railway network.
The RiverLink Ferry is available from May to September to get from Penn's Landing to Camden waterfront.
Philadelphia International Airport is the largest one in Pennsylvania. It is located around 20 km from Philadelphia city centre. The city centre can be easily reached by bus, subway, taxi or private airport transfer.
Getting to Philadelphia city centre by bus is a cheap option which will cost you less than $5. The bus is available on terminal A and will take you to the centre in about 1 hour and 30 minutes. The bus service is very frequent.
You can also use the subway to get to the city centre. The travel time from the airport to the city centre is shorter if you choose the subway, rather than the bus. SEPTA subway takes you to downtown Philadelphia in about 30 minutes.
Airport taxis are available at the CTR Zone 5. There are airport taxis which charge a flat rate and metered cabs as well. You can pay in cash or by credit card.
The fastest and most convenient way to get to your hotel is by booking a private airport transfer with us. We offer door-to-door airport transfer which includes meet and greet at the arrivals gate, free cancelation, free updates and flight monitoring for delays. The price for the airport taxi is fixed per vehicle and there are no extra expenses. The taxi fare from Philadelphia Airport to Philadelphia costs around 67 USD for two passengers.
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