SEPTA is offering passengers extended late night Regional Rail service for trips to the New Year's Eve celebrations in Philadelphia and New York.
According to SEPTA, additional late night trains to Trenton, Elwyn, Wilmington, Malvern, Chestnut Hill West, Warminster, West Trenton, Lansdale, Manayunk-Norristown, Fox Chase and Chestnut Hill East have been added.
SEPTA says riders traveling to New York City can also connect with SEPTA trains at the Trenton Transportation Center.
Regional Rail hours will run on a Sunday schedule for New Year's Day, according to SEPTA.
You can see the holiday service schedule for buses, trolleys and Regional Rail on the SEPTA website.
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