After coming out on top in Super Bowl LII, Philadelphia will celebrate the Eagles with a parade this Thursday.
The parade will begin at 11 AM at Broad and Pattison, and end with a ceremony at the Art Museum. The ceremony is expected to last from 1 PM to 3 PM.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney believes attendance may exceed the estimated one million people who attended the 2008 Phillies parade.
In anticipation of this, SEPTA has provided information on services changes for Thursday.
Independence Blue Cross has sponsored free rides for the day on the Market Frankfort and Broad Street Lines. SEPTA has provided maps showing which stations will be open for the parade. The Cecil B. Moore/Temple University station will remain open.
Regional Rail will have limited inbound AM service. Many stations will be closed for the day, including the Temple University Station. Full details on Regional Rail service can be found here.
All parade day service information can be found on SEPTA’s website.