Broad Street Line
SEPTA says they are adding more train trips on the Broad Street and Market Frankford Lines to help fans “swiftly” get to and from the concert.
A video from a SEPTA security camera rolling around 315 p.m. yesterday at the Spring Garden subway stop along the Broad Street Line shows the brawl.
One example of sign confusion can be found trying to get from the Broad Street Line to the Trolleys at City Hall. There aren’t any signs. Instead, Williams jokingly points out, “There’s a green staircase, and everybody knows green means trolleys.”
SEPTA says an adult male was struck and killed by a train Sunday afternoon.
SEPTA Police are searching for a man who tried to sneak on a SEPTA train Wednesday night.
The incident occurred at Broad and Walnut Streets in Center City.
SEPTA has extended weekend overnight subway service on the Broad Street and Market-Frankford Lines indefinitely.
Around 7:30am Tuesday, SEPTA said all passengers between the 5th and 15th Street Stations should board on the westbound platforms. The MFL is operating with single-track service due to that disable train.
Police are investigating after a 53-year-old woman was stabbed several times in South Philadelphia.
SEPTA officials say a person is dead after they were struck by a train Sunday night in Center City.
Much like the last stop on the Broad Street line at Pattison Avenue became AT&T station, corporate sponsorship will bring about a name change at the Authority’s Market East Station.
Miller Lite has announced they have teamed up with the Eagles and Septa to offer fans free rides on the Broad Street Line.
No tokens are required between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 7th on the Broad Street line.
SEPTA launched the pilot subway service on weekend nights starting June 15th, with plans to evaluate the experiment by summer’s end.
A new plan from SEPTA could have the subway trains running overnight again – at least on the weekends.