The legal work was reportedly to represent two commissioners in a federal grand jury investigation into politically connected economic development spending by the DRPA.
PHL Workers Participate In Training Program To Protect Themselves Against Infectious Disease Hazards
The Service Employees International Union says many of the workers, about 2,000 at the airport, have not had any new infection-control training from their employers.
Central Bucks West Counselor on Leave After Facebook Threat Posted Against Post-Eagles Game Protesters
The post said, “If my child cannot get to the Eagles game due to protesters, I will personally SHOOT every one of them. You’ve been warned idiots!!”
Drivers needed cash today at Philadelphia parking kiosks, which refused to take credit or debit card payments.
The Commodore Barry Bridge is in line for a major makeover beginning next year if the Delaware River Port Authority approves a contract this week that would begin the five-year project.
The PPA says this is due to a technical problem having to do with credit card payments at the kiosks.
Tolls on the bridges and tunnels operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey are scheduled to rise at 3 a.m. Sunday.
The new headquarters will be located on the site of a former Sears store on Admiral Wilson Boulevard, a site now controlled by Campbell’s Soup Co.
The demonstrators say they want investors from corporations to keep so-called “dirty” fossil fuel investments out of Philadelphia.
The next phase of the PATCO rail reconstruction project is now underway and should not cause as many delays for riders.
Several sources say they expect New Jersey’s Economic Development Authority to approve a ten-year tax credit plan to get carmaker Subaru of America to move its corporate headquarters from Cherry Hill to Camden.
PATCO says new information boards are on the way for its train platforms.
Septa Transit Police chief Thomas Nestel says the six cameras that were deployed back in July have been netting good results.
Andrew Stober, chief of staff in the Mayor’s Office of Transportation, says Titan Advertising will build 300 more bus shelters and share ad revenue with the City of Philadelphia.
Crunch time has already begun for parcel delivery services as they work to get all of those items being bought where they are going.