SEPTA is a public agency that relies on substantial public funds to carry out our mission of providing regional public transportation.  As such, it is important that all SEPTA employees are held to the highest ethical standards to maintain the public’s trust in our use of their money.

SEPTA’s Ethics Policy is meant to guide employees in their actions to insure they do not have real or perceived conflicts of interests in carrying out their duties, including family or close relationships with outside vendors, contractors etc.

SEPTA’s Human Resources Department and Office of General Counsel are available to employees to answer questions and provide guidance in complying with SEPTA’s Ethics Policy.