Ben Franklin Bridge
Starting today, PATCO will run on a new schedule as work gets underway on the tracks on the north side of the Ben Franklin Bridge.
No decisions have been made yet, but one of the options authorities are considering is keeping cars and trucks off of the Bridge.
An overturned tractor-trailer is taking out two left lanes on the Ben Franklin Bridge into Philadelphia.
A car fire closed down lanes into Philadelphia on the Ben Franklin Bridge on Sunday.
The next phase of the PATCO rail reconstruction project is now underway and should not cause as many delays for riders.
An overturned vehicle is causing a major backup on the Ben Franklin Bridge, westbound into the city.
If you’re traveling between Philadelphia and South Jersey this morning, be aware: The Ben Franklin Bridge will be closed from 7:45 to 9:30 a.m. in both directions.
The past few months of having only a single track to get over the bridge caused some headaches for commuters.
The DRPA also says four lanes to Pennsylvania will be open during morning rush hours and four lanes to New Jersey will be open for the afternoon rush hour.
Ben Franklin Bridge commuters should be able to breathe a sigh of relief next week.
In a letter to residents here by the bridge when the construction began, the DRPA warned of high levels of noise during the sandblasting and painting of the bridge. That was scheduled to go through tomorrow, but the DRPA says they finished the painting on Sunday.
Inside the anchorages on either side of the Ben Franklin Bridge — long-forgotten trolley stops that were never put into service.
Commuters on the Ben Franklin Bridge have been inconvenienced with lane closures and gaps in PATCO service since Memorial Day.
Riders should get ready for those long waits at rush hour through about mid-October.
Some good news for commuters who use the PATCO high speed line. Full service across the Ben Franklin Bridge returns on Monday, but don’t get used to it.