The Cape May-Lewes Ferry is closed Saturday because of high winds in the area.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority approved across-the-board fare hikes on Thursday.
The good news is that you won’t be facing any construction delays this weekend.
On the same day that Pennsylvania State Police got new information on a missing 21-year-old college student from Montgomery County, the student’s parents made a plea for his safe return.
Burlington County is hoping to make one of its major highways a little safer for pedestrians with a little help from New Jersey.
SEPTA says the changes are due to a grade crossing replacement project at Indian Queen Lane in Philadelphia.
More than 1,000 students walked out of class at noontime and converged at school headquarters, then marched to City Hall.
SEPTA Safety Director Scott Sauer says another alert passenger hit the emergency call button less than 20-seconds after the child’s fall.
Septa said it will not increase paratransit fares, and is slightly scaling back the increases on weekly and monthly passes.
Zipcar Philadelphia general manager Peter Bruvick says they’re selling convenience and accessibility.
While this suit for damages (due to illness and for continued medical monitoring) includes some civilians, it also represents the grievances of some of the first responders who went toward the danger.
The House Judiciary Committee in Harrisburg has overwhelmingly approved a pair of bills already passed by the state Senate that would transfer the duties of Traffic Court, which adjudicates moving violations, to Philadelphia Municipal Court.
Sgt. Nadir Nassry pleaded guilty to covering license plates with black tape for the “Death Race”-style convoy to Atlantic City.
Ronald Blount, president of the Taxi Workers Alliance of Pennsylvania, led a noontime rally of about 100 cabbies at 31st and Market Streets on Friday.
A spokeswoman for the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission says the limousine industry is safer overall than many other transportation segments.