West Chester, Pa (October 6, 2022) – Coatesville area senior citizens can apply for or renew their free SEPTA Senior Key Card at Coatesville City Hall on Friday November 4 from 10 a.m. to noon at a joint event offered by state Senator Carolyn Comitta and state Representative Dan Williams.
“Whether it’s going to the supermarket, the doctor’s office, or visiting family and friends, the SEPTA senior fare program is a great resource to help our older neighbors save money and get where they need to go,” Comitta said. “Representative Williams and I are offering this free event to help seniors apply for their cards quickly, conveniently, and efficiently.”
“With SEPTA’s expanding services into Coatesville, this is truly a great way for seniors to get around town and get to the places they need to get to. I hope that as many seniors as possible take advantage of this free program,” said Rep. Williams.
The SEPTA Senior Key card is available free of charge to all seniors aged 65 and older. With the card, seniors can ride all SEPTA buses, trolleys, subways, and regional rail lines for free within Pennsylvania. Trains to and from New Jersey and Delaware using the senior card are charged at half fare.
To apply, seniors must bring a form of identification that verifies age. This includes a driver’s license, photo identification card, birth certificate, passport, or Social Security statement of age.
For more information on the SEPTA Senior Key Card visit septa.org/senior or contact Senator Comitta’s office at (610) 692-2112 or Representative Williams’ office (484) 200-8256.