SEPTA has reported delays of up to 10 minutes on the Market-Frankford line early Tuesday morning.
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.
Shuttle buses were operating in place of trains between the Erie and Berks stations.
SEPTA officials say the male employee was hit by a train traveling eastbound near 22nd and Market Streets.
SEPTA launched the pilot subway service on weekend nights starting June 15th, with plans to evaluate the experiment by summer’s end.
Passengers may experience residual delays.
A one-year-old girl and her father were struck by a SEPTA train Friday night in University City.
Shuttle bus service is in effect between Spring Garden and 5th Street Stations along SEPTA’s Market-Frankford Line.
The continuing roadwork on I-95 south in Northeast Philadelphia is a massive headache to motorists, and that has many looking for alternatives.
A mother jumps down to rescue her baby after the child’s stroller falls onto train tracks Wednesday afternoon.
SEPTA police have decided not to charge a mother and grandmother who left their baby behind while apparently scheming to avoid paying a fare on the Market-Frankford Line.
One of two West Philadelphia brothers accused in a double shooting at a stop on the SEPTA Market-Frankford EL last month will stand trial.
Police are searching for two suspects following a shooting aboard a train in West Philadelphia Wednesday night.
With the Made in America concert right around the corner, SEPTA has announced it will enhance a number of services over the Labor Day weekend to support the large crowds.