SEPTA riders now have another way to get alerts about transit disruptions.

Passengers can now sign up to get emails, text messages or push notifications about SEPTA delays and other problems through ReadyPhiladelphia, the city Office of Emergency Management's mass-notification system.

People can choose to get messages about delays on the transit agency's Regional Rail, subway, trolley and bus routes. Riders can choose to receive the alerts 24/7 or only from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Through ReadyPhiladelphia, people can also sign up for alerts about weather, government closings and other messages.

Other ways to get information about SEPTA delays include the transit agency's website, social media accounts and app.

Passengers can sign up for SEPTA's email and text alerts, and other ReadyPhiladelphia messages, at phila.gov/ready or at septa.org/ready. Push notifications are available by downloading the ContactBridge app on iOS or Android devices. An account must be created to sign up for the alerts.