Bucks County Septa riders are set to get additional assistance towards the future.

Septa Key Mobile Kiosk Truck. Photo: Septa

Septa announced the Key Mobile Fare Kiosk Truck will be accessible throughout Bucks County until the end of August. Heather Redfern, Septa’s Public Information Manager, explains the truck serves multiple purposes.

“The Key Mobile Kiosk helps people get their key card, get a pass, and learn a little bit more about the program,” Redfern said.

“It also adds more units to the standard key kiosk’s that are at stations.”

Of all the services the Mobile Kiosk Truck provides, Redfern believes the most important is a transition to a new beginning.

“This gives everyone an opportunity to learn more,” Redfern explained. “The kiosk ultimately allows riders to move towards using the key instead of the trail pass.”

The Key Mobile Fare Kiosk Truck will make stops in the following locations:

Chalfont: Monday, August 20

New Britain: Friday, August 24

Delaware Valley University: Tuesday, August 28

Yardley: Wednesday, August 29