Police have set up a detour that may cause some congestion and back-up at times now through Saturday morning.
To help mark National Suicide Prevention Week, Septa is now installing signs at the boarding areas of the Norristown Transportation Center, advertising the number for a suicide prevention hotline.
Gov. Corbett was on hand to cut the ribbon. The Marcellus Shale is a major source of natural gas.
The SRC says the school doubled its student population without permission. Walter Palmer, founder of the school, says the SRC is trying to strangle his school by withholding additional funds.
State officials unveiled the new look for the service trucks today.
SEPTA has launched a campaign in an effort to battle rude commuters.
Drivers can expect delays and detours as construction crews begin a repair and resurface project on a nearly six mile stretch of Route 232 between Route 413 in Wrightstown and River Road in New Hope.
SEPTA officials say a person is dead after they were struck by a train Sunday night in Center City.
“It’s a very busy area with a lot of seniors,” notes AAA spokeswoman Jenny Robinson.
Commuters on the Ben Franklin Bridge have been inconvenienced with lane closures and gaps in PATCO service since Memorial Day.
The county commissioners have given the go-ahead for the contract to begin demolition work and make way for a new bridge.
Hundreds attended the opening of the brand new, renovated public space. It took 2½ years for the massive makeover.
The station naming rights deal is costing Thomas Jefferson University Hospital $3.9 million over five years, with two two-year renewal options that would total about $7.5 million over the nine years.
Fast food workers demanding a $15-per-hour minimum wage marched down Broad Street, blocking traffic and chanting, eventually converging on a McDonald’s at Broad and Arch.
PATCO is getting a little impatient with the contractor hired to replace the engines and interiors of its 120 car fleet.