An agreement is now in place to preserve Septa transportation for thousands of Philadelphia high school students.
Much like the last stop on the Broad Street line at Pattison Avenue became AT&T station, corporate sponsorship will bring about a name change at the Authority’s Market East Station.
Pa. State Police say they investigated 686 crashes during the Labor Day weekend this year, including 70 that involved alcohol.
Beginning today, SEPTA is eliminating “Pay as you Exit” fares at the last station still offering it — 69th Street Terminal.
Preperations for the weekend event are well underway as crews continue to set up for the giant concert.
The special schedule begins on Tuesday, Sept. 2 and continues through Sunday, Sept. 14.
If you think those maddening lane closures on the Benjamin Franklin Bridge will be gone when everyone returns to work after Labor Day, think again.
“It’s plagued by poor signage, dim, lighting, discontinuous sidewalks, aggressive drivers and jaywalkers, according to a 2008 traffic audit,” TIME writes.
Drivers who use I-76 West to get on Route 1 had to plan an alternate route Friday morning.
The heavy police presence around Suburban Station, in center city Philadelphia, was turning a lot of heads.
No tokens are required between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 7th on the Broad Street line.
Commuters from Delaware were able to use I-495 North to get to work this morning for the first Monday in months.
Delaware Transportation officials reopened the northbound lanes of Interstate 495 Saturday over the Christina River in Wilmington, Delaware
A long closed station along the PATCO high speed line in Center City could come alive again. But the idea of reopening the Franklin Square stop has been considered, and rejected before.
It’s a program that benefits both the students and the transit agency.