Biking in Philadelphia
With more than 200 miles of bike lanes in the city and 100 miles of off-road trails, bicycling is one of the most popular ways to experience Philadelphia. Locals treasure the region's extensive trail systems - jump on a bike and explore them for yourself!
BONUS! The city just opened up bike lanes on Spruce and Pine. No cars, just bikes!
Buses - BoltBus, Greyhound and MegaBus
Greyhound offers tons of destinations across the country while BoltBus and MegaBus offer travel to closer cities like NYC and DC. You can usually grab a ticket on BoltBus or MegaBus for about $10 each way and you get free wi-fi on top of the sweet deal.
Car Rentals by the Hour - ZipCar
Taking a car out in the city for a few hours has never been easier. With ZipCar, you can reserve a car online and choose from several in spots on and just off campus.
BONUS! Check out the discounts page to learn about saving $$$ on ZipCar.
For those commuting from New Jersey, NJ Transit provides bus, rail and light rail transit throughout the great state of New Jersey.
BONUS! Save 25% on monthly passes with NJ Transit Quik Tik.
PATCO - Getting Across the River
If you're looking to get across the river using public transportation, PATCO's got you covered.
SEPTA - Buses, Subway, Trolleys and Trains
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) provides public transportation services including buses, trains and trolleys. Visit their website for maps, rates and route planning. A few bucks will get you across town and back on the Market-Frankford line.
BONUS! Save 10% on monthly passes with SEPTA ComPass.