Follow your route: SEPTA creates separate Twitter accounts for each line

In one more step toward the digital age, SEPTA is now offering customizable Twitter feeds by creating separate accounts for most of its routes. Riders can follow one or more for the latest on delays and service interruptions.

The new accounts include one for the Market-Frankford el, one for the Broad Street Line subway, one for the Norristown High Speed Line and one for SEPTA buses. Each trolley line andregional rail train also has its own account. Riders can still follow SEPTA’s main account for general updates.

For more information, as well as more Twitter handles, check out the full list on SEPTA’s website.