The issue: where to put all the cars.
It’s been five months of detours for drivers in Plymouth Township where a busy bridge had to be closed because of severe structural damage.
The agency made 175,000 passes available each day, but they still have a lot of tickets left.
fter many delays and false starts, the Philadelphia Parking Authority’s effort is gaining ground.
Burlington County officials are pondering the future of the bridge over the Rancocas Creek.
Drivers in New Jersey are getting a break on gas, with some places offering gas at less than $2 a gallon.
Amtrak says it’s adding trains and cars to help travelers get around during Pope Francis’ U.S. visit next month.
PennDOT says two ramps at the I-95 Cottman Avenue interchange in Philadelphia will be closed at night next week for construction.
SEPTA has announced it will begin in person sales for one-day regional rail Papal visit passes on Friday, August 21.
The FBI is investigating after fraudulent emails have hit inboxes, asking E-Z Pass customers for banking information. The emails ask customers for alleged unpaid tolls.
The ramp from I-295 northbound to Route 168 westbound will be closed Monday night and Tuesday night beginning at 10 p.m. each day and reopening at 5 a.m. the following morning, according to officials.
Tom Kloza, the global head of energy analysis for the Oil Price Information Service, says that with a market awash in oil trading for $42 bucks a barrel, the future’s so bright, we’re gonna need shades.
According to the FA, the problems were from the En Route Automation Modernization computer.
The FAA says a problem at an Air Traffic Control center in Virginia is causing delays at airports along the East Coast, including Philadelphia International Airport.
Mayor Nutter said the City Commerce Department has developed an online “business resource center” just for the Pope’s visit that will be on the city website beginning Monday.