Police: Several Injured In I-95 Accident In Newark, Del.Officials say the accident was reported at about 4:45 p.m. Tuesday in the southbound lanes of I-95 near the Route 896 exit.
SEPTA's Bill For Pope Weekend Is In And It's Much Higher Than BudgetedSEPTA is out with numbers from Pope weekend.
Amtrak Now Charging Excess Baggage FeeStarting today, Amtrak is doing what the airlines have been doing for years by charging passengers excess baggage fees.
Truck Catches Fire In Bucks CountyChopper 3 was over the scene Wednesday night in Bucks County, Pa.
SEPTA Offers Discount To Pass Holders To Make Up For 2 Days Of Pope's VisitA reminder that SEPTA is offering a discount to pass holders to make up for the two days of the Pope's visit, during which the passes were no good.
SEPTA Pleased With How It Handled Crowds During Papal WeekendSEPTA's Andrew Busch says the original plan was designed to handle 300-thousand rail passengers, but a little less than 63-thousand actually used that route.
SEPTA Crowded, But Spirits High Following Parkway MassThe Parkway Mass exodus resulted in crowded SEPTA trains, but most remained patient with smiles on their faces.
Roads Reopening, Mass Transit Returning To Normal Following Papal VisitSeveral updates have been announced for Monday, September 28th.
Smooth Riding For Those Traveling Into Center City For Day 2 Of Papal VisitSEPTA says so far, they are not having any issues, but ridership has increased today on the Regional Rail line.
A Plea For Patience On Mass Transit During Papal WeekendTransportation officials agree: make sure you bring some patience along for the ride this weekend.
Upper Darby, 69th Street Corridor Road Closures During Weekend Of Papal VisitUpper Darby officials say a lot of people in town to see Pope Francis are going to come through SEPTA's 69th Street Terminal, making some road closures in the area necessary.
SEPTA Readies For Huge Crowds Expected On Regional Rail During Papal Visit WeekendWith rail passenger service expected to double on Saturday and triple on Sunday, SEPTA will be dispatching its own shock troops to handle the crowds.