Ben Franklin Bridge
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.
According to the fire department, an overturned tractor trailer is backing up traffic near the Ben Franklin Bridge Wednesday afternoon.
Delaware River Port Authority CEO John Hanson says ridership on PATCO trains is down more than six percent over last year.
The SEPTA transit strike comes as roadwork takes place in several areas in the region. AAA Mid-Atlantic is offering travel tips.
A PATCO train was stuck on the Benjamin Franklin Bridge for about 40 minutes Tuesday night.
All PATCO service across the Ben Franklin Bridge will be suspended starting at midnight Saturday.
Starting next week, the pain of the ongoing PATCO track rehab project will spread to drivers who use the Ben Franklin Bridge.
Commuters between southern New Jersey and Philadelphia are in for a rough summer this year.
The summer will be critical, as trains will be placed on a single track across the Ben Franklin Bridge for two months, beginning just after Memorial Day.
Letters are going out to residents and business owners in Old City and Camden warning them it’s going to be noisy.
A deer somehow found its way onto the Philadelphia side of the busy Benjamin Franklin Bridge, where it made its way to the train tracks on the span before running into traffic and being killed by a car.
The 7th annual Bridge Walk for Peace begins at the Philadelphia side of the Ben Franklin Bridge at 6 a.m. this morning.
Officials are changing their plans for delaying service over the Ben Franklin Bridge as track replacement work goes on. Those changes take effect today.
Nowadays, if you take your bike across the south walkway of the Ben Franklin bridge, you’ll have to carry it up or down about three flights of stairs at the Camden end.