NJ Transit says that it will shut down service starting at 8 p.m. Monday and that commuter trains won’t be restored until at least Thursday morning.
A study of physical activity and transit use, determined that walking prior to and immediately after transit trips is actually quite good for you – and an unexpected form of exercise.
Heavy snowfall is causing major delays and disruptions around the region.
With more than a foot of snow covering the ground, commuters should be prepared for delays on Wednesday.
Bus Route 117 will have no service to Polytech High School, and Bus 8 will have no service at all.
Snow Forces Cancellation of 100+ Flights In and Out of PHL; Mass Transit Systems Modifying Service Schedules
Mass transit systems across the Delaware Valley are modifying service schedules and making accommodations for commuters due to the winter storm.
The company is decking out several trolleys, buses and even a Norristown High Speed Line train car for the holidays with lights, ornaments and boughs of holly.
The parade, which is slated for Oct. 13th and will move along Broad between Moore Street and Marconi Plaza near Oregon Avenue, means detours for buses.
Detours are expected to begin at 8 a.m. Sunday, and riders should allow additional time in case of delays.
Starting at 1 p.m. on Dec. 26th, the transportation system is offering full-system cross-honoring, which means that customers who take a bus, for example, can use their bus pass to take the train.
Philadelphia police and SEPTA police are trying to track a group of teenagers who caused extensive damage to two buses in Mayfair late Saturday night.
Facing a $12 million deficit, the Bristol Township School District cut where it could, taking aim at transportation and cutting more than $2 million out of its bus service.
The SEPTA system is getting crowded. Ridership is up again, according to SEPTA Spokesman, Andrew Busch.
New Jersey Transit is looking at a long-range plan that would give buses dedicated lanes along some heavily-traveled routes into Philadelphia.
It may have taken years, but this past week, the SEPTA Board finally signed off on a multi-million dollar contract to bring smartcards to the massive transit system.