By train, trolley, bus or car — parade goers ready to celebrate the Philadelphia Eagles should have up-to-the-minute info before venturing into the masses.
The Market-Frankford and Broad Street lines will be free Thursday, one of several changes SEPTA said would happen to its services Thursday to accommodate the Eagles Super Bowl LII victory parade through the city, writes Alison Burdo in The Philadelphia Journal.
For those taking SEPTA buses on Thursday, several routes will be detoured around the parade route. The transit agency said Tuesday Trolley Routes 10, 11, 13, 34,and 36 would not stop at 15th Street, and other adjustments may occur. The 101 and 102 Trolleys, as well as the Norristown High Speed Line will stop at all stations and run every 15 minutes, SEPTA said. For bus routes, check SEPTA’s website for the most up to date information on detours. Travelers can also get updates via Twitter by following @SEPTA_Social.
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