One aspect of a new Atlantic City tourism campaign will give drivers what could be considered a “free ride” on certain days next month.
Local congressmen joined Septa officials at the Sharon Hill station of the Route 102 trolley, where, an average of 12 times a year, flooding renders the tracks impassable.
A 22-year-old woman is dead following a wrong-way accident on I-476 that closed the northbound lanes early Friday morning.
PUC spokeswoman Denise McCracken says two administrative law judges have recommended against sanctioning the operations of the ride share company in Pennsylvania.
David Shaffer of Marcus Hook, Pa., 62, was resuscitated at the airport on August 1st while waiting to catch a flight to Houston.
Iraq’s prime minister said Thursday that captive Islamic State militants told his intelligence agents of an alleged plot to attack subways in the United States and Paris.
The FAA is reporting some weather-related flight arrival delays of up to 1 hour 47 minutes at Philadelphia International Airport.
$2.97 for a gallon of gas has South Jersey drivers doing a double take.
New Jersey assemblyman John Burzichelli says that in the wake of a National Transportation Safety Board report that placed most of the blame for the chemical leak at Conrail’s feet, it’s time to see if the accident rises to a criminal level.
Thomas Raftery was hired two years ago by the DRPA as part of the bistate agency’s much-ballyhooed reform efforts. His task was to root out corruption and inefficiencies in the agency.
The plan is to have a better idea of atmospheric conditions in the event of another accident.
Officials say there will be no weight or truck restrictions and all three lanes will be open.
A bill that would create a regulatory structure for ride-share services (such as Uber and Lyft) was scheduled for a state House committee vote today but was pulled from the agenda.
New Jersey Transit reports an Amtrak train in the area of the Jersey Avenue station in New Brunswick was temporarily evacuated after a suspicious package was found.
The largest of the seven projects, costing $32 million, is to shore up the cabling that powers SEPTA’s entire Regional Rail system.