-- Seniors who wish to sign up for SEPTA’s Key Senior ID Card will now be able to apply at the office of Rep. Todd Polinchock (R-Bucks).
“As many of you know, SEPTA has transitioned to a cashless SEPTA Key fare system,” Polinchock said. “My office can help seniors apply for the special card and have their photos taken without having to travel to a SEPTA sales location.”
All Pennsylvania residents, aged 65 years and older with valid, state-issued identification, can register for the new free SEPTA Key Senior Photo ID Card.
Seniors are asked to bring a valid state-issued photo ID card with their birth date to Polinchock’s district office at 17 West Butler Ave. in Chalfont where their photo will be taken for the card. Polinchock’s office is just steps away from the Chalfont SEPTA train station.
The SEPTA Key Senior Photo ID Card will guarantee that those who participate in SEPTA’s Seniors Ride Free Program will continue to ride free of charge when SEPTA transitions to its new, technologically modern fare payment and collection program.
Call Polinchock’s office at 215-822-1840 with any questions.
Representative Todd Polinchock
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
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