Here are a few options to consider to make your visit to Midtown Village easier. You can also view a map of our businesses.
Parking in the city does not need to be a hassle. Street parking is available and can be paid for using the meterUP app (iOS and Android). Here is a list of places that you can park.
1305 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107
More information via Centzy
123 S. 12th Street or 1140 Sansom Street, Philadelphia PA 19107
More information at parkamerica.net
126 S 12th Street, Philadelphia PA 19107
More information at philadelphia.bestparking.com
Regional Rail & Local Transportation
SEPTA Regional Rail & PATCO
SEPTA’s Regional Rail line provides a variety of options when traveling from the suburbs and other areas outside of the Philadelphia region. The Market East and Suburban Station stops are just a few blocks from Midtown Village. If you are joining us from across the bridge in New Jersey, the PATCO stop at 12th/13th Streets put you in the heart of Midtown Village!
SEPTA | Regional Rail
Broad Street Line & Market-Frankford Line
The Market-Frankford (Blue) line and Broad Street (Orange) line border Midtown Village in a variety of places. The City Hall, Walnut Street, 13th Street and 11th Street stops are steps away from our restaurants, shops and other destinations.
SEPTA | Rail Transit Map
SEPTA Bus routes connect to the Midtown Village neighborhood through many of our intersections.
SEPTA | Buses
The City of Philadelphia launched Indego in 2015 as the city’s newest form of public transportation. It’s simple – with over 1,000 self-service bikes and 130+ stations, Indego offers 24/7 access to the City on your schedule. Several stations are located within Midtown Village and dedicated bike lanes can be found along 13th Street and Spruce Street.
Indego Stations Map
From Uber and Lyft to traditional taxis, ride sharing is a great way to get in and out of the neighborhood quickly and conveniently. Be safe – please enter and exit your vehicles curbside in the designated spots.
Uber | Lyft | 215GetACab