The PATCO plan for the pope has express trains running from only four stations: Lindenwold, Woodcrest, Ferry Avenue, and Broadway.
It happened in the northbound lanes just after 11:30 p.m. Wednesday near Exit 6.
No decisions have been made yet, but one of the options authorities are considering is keeping cars and trucks off of the Bridge.
An Old City company that specializes in Segway tours is now offering visitors a look at the city’s world-famous murals.
The Anderson Monarchs, named after the Negro League baseball team, will leave Philadelphia this evening and hit the road for a 23-day, 20-city tour that will cover more than 4,000 miles.
Until now, occasional Patco riders had to pay with cash at the ticket machines, and they’d get their change back in dollar coins. No more.
The chairman of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission says January is when the conversion to all electronic tolling is expected to begin with a pilot program at the Delaware River Bridge.
In total, 23 projects will get underway, involving streets across the area.
Volunteers helped aging drivers review their driving issues, polish their skills, and learn techniques for adapting to declining abilities.
“Be prepared to walk” was the message from Mayor Nutter and other officials who spelled out transportation plans for the World Meeting of Families in September.
Buses will replace the trolleys for the entire line June 15th through September 6th.
The car service agreed to some rules with the state’s department of transportation including background checks and driving history checks on drivers.
Included is a side deal that guarantees higher wages for baggage handlers and other employees of private contractors at PHL.
Remember, savvy travelers do not live by GPS alone!
A tractor trailer overturned early on I-295 Northbound Wednesday.