A man died after a freak accident involving a SEPTA bus Friday morning.
Eyewitness News has learned new details about what led up to that deadly school bus crash in New Jersey that claimed the life of a 6th grade Chesterfield Township student.
A New Jersey woman was arrested after threatening a commercial bus driver with a knife in Delaware Tuesday evening, police said.
SEPTA already had on its website ways to check on individual lines and offered tweets on bus and rail operational issues, but now there’s the System Status feature at SEPTA.org.
Due to road conditions, SEPTA is experiencing a number of delays and detours.
Here are several options to help you escape the hustle and bustle of city life or to enjoy some of the treasures outside of Center City.
Federal transit officials have reached an agreement with New Jersey, allowing the state to pay $95 million of a $271 million bill for a railroad tunnel project that Gov. Chris Christie scrapped nearly a year ago.
Authorities in Philadelphia are investigating several fires that took place in a school bus compound.
The “Commonwealth One” bus was donated by its previous owner after Ed Rendell took office as governor in 2003, but has cost the state $66,000 in maintenance.
Philadelphia police say a 17-year-old girl was injured Friday afternoon when somebody threw a rock at the school bus she was riding in.
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