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Philly to phase out Septa tokens

 

Philly is phasing out public transit tokens and magnetic swipe cards in exchange for an online system that will allow you to pay with smart phones, credit/ debit cards and Septa issued smart cards. With the new system, which is to be brought into fruition in the fall of 2013, you will be able to put money into a personal septa account, much like online banking and money transfer. Sounds good!

Nicole McCourt is a senior English Major at Drexel University.




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  1. Blake Pendergrass says:

    I wish I could’ve had this when I was in high school. I wouldnt have gotten any detentions for being late

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