A new West Trenton Line schedule going into effect next week will mean more available trains for SEPTA riders.

Starting September 5, the new schedule will represent a step closer to pre-pandemic services. SEPTA says service should “increase to 65% of pre-COVID levels on weekdays and 53% on weekends.”

The new service includes:

  • two new morning and one evening peak trains;
  • adjusted inbound train departures (earlier and later);
  • new Penn Medicine direct service.

In Lower Bucks, the West Trenton Line goes through the Yardley, Woodbourne, Langhorne, Neshaminy Falls, and Trevose stations. SEPTA expects ridership to increase after Labor Day weekend.

In its announcement of the new schedule, SEPTA reminded riders that parking at Regional Rail stations will be free through October. Additionally, any currently closed ticket offices will reopen by September 7.