Person Struck, Killed By Amtrak Train In Delaware Causes Delays On Thanksgiving EveA person was struck and killed by an Amtrak train in Delaware Wednesday afternoon.
Train Travelers May Need Helping Of Patience For Busiest Travel Days Of YearAmtrak spokesman Craig Schulz warns, most trains are sold out.
Judge Approves 'Historic' $265M Settlement In 2015 Amtrak DerailmentLawyers involved in the Amtrak 188 litigation believe it's the largest payout of its kind in the US.
AMTRAK's Acela Line Gets Major Financial BoostVice President Joe Biden announced a nearly $2.5-billion federal loan.
Biden Announces New Funding For Amtrak Northeast CorridorBiden was a frequent Amtrak rider during his more than 30 years in the U.S. Senate.
30th Street Station To Become Red, White And Blue For The DNC30th Street Station is getting into the patriotic spirit much like the rest of the city as the Democratic National Convention approaches.
Person Struck By Amtrak Train In DelcoAmtrak confirms a train collided with a person while traveling from Washington DC to New York City Friday morning.
Another Local Lawsuit Filed Against AmtrakThe lawsuits are piling up against Amtrak for two deadly derailments in the Philadelphia area.
Officials Release Never Before Seen Photos Of Damaged SEPTA TrainSepta has now released, for the first time, a series of pictures showing damage to one of its trains pelted by a hail of rocks.
Zeoli Show Log 05.17.16Rich discussed the role PA will play in the upcoming election, drinking on the boardwalk in AC and the latest news regarding the Amtrak derailment. He also discussed Hillary Clinton battling a heckler, President Obama's defense of transgender bathrooms and high schools banning flags. Rich spoke with Gov. Ed Rendell at 4:20pm.
Feds: Amtrak Engineer Went 'From Distraction To Disaster'The engineer of an Amtrak train that derailed in Philadelphia last year, killing eight people, went "from distraction to disaster" in a matter of seconds.
Oldest Amtrak Survivor Faces Life And Limits After CrashThe oldest survivor of last year's deadly Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia struggled to accept how severely his injuries had limited him.