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Over the years SEPTA has gotten worse at communicating schedule changes to transit riders. Paper schedules used to summarize schedule changes, for example: “increased Saturday service.” Today, transit riders get terse announcements with no specifics.

Older SEPTA schedule with brief description of changes: 'Increased Saturday service'
Pictured: Older SEPTA schedule with brief description of changes: 'Increased Saturday service'

And of course SEPTA informs the wealthier, whiter Regional Rail riders of specific changes weeks in advance, while transit riders get no specifics, sometimes with only days notice that any change is occuring.

That’s why the riders union made this service, which will text or email you with only the schedule changes that you care about. So visit this link, choose your routes and we’ll let you know when your schedules change.