The Made in America Festival returns to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway this weekend and brings headliners Beyonce and Nine Inch Nails and 34 other bands and performers with it. In preparation for the concert and crowds, SEPTA has planned additional and some altered weekend service.
Buses: Due to street closures around the Parkway, bus routes 7, 32, 33, 38, 43 and 48 will be detoured. Full route details are available on SEPTA's System Status page.
Subways: The Market-Frankford and Broad Street lines will operate on regular Saturday/Sunday schedules, with additional service for the festival. The Owl Bus services will operate as scheduled too.
Trolleys: Trolleys will operate Sunday evening, when they are usually closed for routine maintenance and station cleaning (typically from 10 p.m. Sunday night until 5 a.m. Monday morning). The Route 10 Trolley returns to full service Sunday, September 1.
Regional Rail: Additional cars will be added to regular service trips, and SEPTA is planning additional late night service on most Regional Rail lines following the concert on both nights. See the late night Regional Rail schedule for details.
Sales locations: Token 2-packs will be available for sale during the event at the the following locations:
Labor Day: Service details for Labor Day are available on SEPTA's Annual Service Calendar.
Fall schedules go into effect September 1.
Christine covers transportation and writes about everything from pedestrian concerns to bicycle infrastructure, bridges, trail networks, public transit and more. Her favorite assignments send her bushwhacking through Philadelphia’s yet-to-be-cleared bike trails, catching a glimpse of SEPTA’s inner workings or pounding the pavement to find out what pedestrians really think. Christine also covers community news for Eyes on the Street, where her coverage ranges from food sovereignty to public art and urban greening. She first joined PlanPhilly in fall 2011 as an intern through a partnership with Temple University’s Philadelphia Neighborhoods website. During the internship her reporting on the Housing Authority’s surplus property auctions earned an award from the Society of Professional Journalists.