30th Street Station
30th Street Station was buzzing on Sunday evening as travelers headed home after the long holiday weekend.
AAA Mid-Atlantic projects 1.6 million Pennsylvanians will be traveling 50 miles or more away from home over the holiday weekend, between Wednesday and Sunday.
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PennDOT plans to close a one-block section of Market Street in the area of 30th Street Station beginning tonight and through the weekend to install a waterproof barrier and resurface the road.
A brief wreath laying ceremony was held at 30th Street Station on Sunday honoring some 1,300 Pennsylvania Railroad employees who served during World War II and made the supreme sacrifice.
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Commuters can expect delays of about 15 minutes on all SEPTA regional rail lines throughout Friday night’s evening rush.
The rush is on. Travelers are making their way to be with loved ones for the holidays.
The Sunday after Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel days of the year with millions of people taking to the roads, rails and sky.
AAA predicts a 3.5 increase in Thanksgiving travel this year compared to last year for trips of 50-miles or more. KYW’s Jim Melwert went to 30th Street Station early Tuesday morning to talk to travelers who were getting a bit of a head start.
Nurses from Lankenau Medical Center visited 30th Street Station Friday afternoon to offer travelers tips for healthy holiday travel.
The parking lane along the Market Street side of 30th Station was closed to create the 50-foot-wide sidewalk for a public space which will feature new plantings, a farmer’s market, even occasional yoga classes.
Construction crews will be putting some late-night lane restrictions into effect tonight as they continue work on bridges in the area of 30th Street Station.
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