Getting to Philadelphia is easy whether you take a plane, train, or automobile. Once you get here, you’ll find the city is very walkable (or e-scooter/bikeable), and there are lots of options for public transportation.
GETTING TO & AROUND PHILLY
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Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) serves the Philadelphia region with 25 airlines offering over 450 daily nonstop departures to 138 destinations in the U.S. and around the world.
We are currently following all federal and local guidelines for travel in regards to COVID-19. See the CDC's List of Travelers Prohibited From Entry to the United States for more information.
The public transit system in Philadelphia is SEPTA and includes buses, trolleys, and subways. Base fare is $2.50 and day passes are available for $9 (includes 8 rides).
30th Street Station is the Philly metropolitan area's main railroad station, a major stop on Amtrak's Northeast and Keystone corridors. It is served by all SEPTA Regional Rail lines, and is the western terminus for NJ Transit's Atlantic City Line. It is also served by several SEPTA city and suburban buses, as well as buses operated by NJ Transit and intercity operators.
Parking Around the Convention Center
If you plan to drive to the Pennsylvania Convention Center, please see their advice and information about parking nearby.