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SEPTA Key senior photo ID sessions at senior centers

Shared ride driver helps an elderly woman with a walker out of a Shared Ride van.

SEPTA representatives will be present at five Philadelphia senior community centers in the coming weeks to take photos for the new SEPTA Key senior photo ID cards, which work with SEPTA’s new fare payment system, and will serve as IDs for those 65 and older to access the Seniors Ride Free Program. During the photo sessions, information will be shared about SEPTA’s paratransit service, Customized Community Transportation (CCT) Connect, which is for seniors and individuals with disabilities. CCT Connect riders will be able to provide feedback about the program to SEPTA representatives.

For more information about these sessions, please contact the center directly.

On-Lok House Senior Center                   Wednesday, February 8          10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
219 N. 10th St.; 215-599-3016

Star Harbor Senior Center                        Thursday, February 9              10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
4700 Springfield Ave.; 215-726-7468

St. Anne’s Senior Center                            Wednesday February 15         10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
2607 E. Cumberland St.; 215-423-2772

Mann Older Adult Center                           Thursdays, February 16          10 a.m. to 3 p.m.     
3201 N. 5th St.; 215-685-9844; Spanish-speaking interpreters will be available.

Norris Square Senior Center                      Thursday, March 9                   10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
2101 N. Howard St.; 215-423-7241; Spanish-speaking interpreters will be available.

KleinLife: Northeast Philadelphia            Thursday, March 16                   10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
10100 Jamison Ave.; 215-698-7300