After a year of operating buses and trains with limited capacity, the limits are finally lifted. Passengers and riders can now board buses as normal without worrying about the capacity limits.
- Thirty-foot buses were to operate with 10 passengers or less
- Forty-foot buses were to operate with 20 passengers or less
- Sixty-foot articulated buses and NHSL cars were to operate with 30 passengers or less
- Trolley cars were to operate with 25 passengers or less
Operators were previously instructed to go into drop-off only service if vehicles were above capacity. Buses and trains also had their seats specially marked to indicate where passengers could sit and where they could not sit due to the social distancing.
Now that these limits are lifted, buses trains and trolleys can operate at full capacity. Customers are still mandated to wear a mask or face covering properly on ALL SEPTA vehicles and in their facilities.