According to the transit company, all Regional Rail trains will continue to run on a Saturday schedule throughout rush hour.
At 6am on Tuesday, the Snow Emergency was lifted. Normal parking can resume on Snow Emergency Routes.
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If you shy away from carpooling or taking public transit because you worry how you’d get home in case of an emergency, a program from the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission might be able to help.
Thousands of commuters are affected by what happens between Friday and Sunday night between SEPTA and its largest union.
Officials are changing their plans for delaying service over the Ben Franklin Bridge as track replacement work goes on. Those changes take effect today.
“We’re carrying about 340 million trips, which is about 14 percent higher over the last seven years,” says Septa GM Joe Casey.
In honor of the Philadelphia Flower Show and with the help of some local children, SEPTA has beautified one of its buses.
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.
The winter storm that pummeled the Delaware Valley on Tuesday has prompted mass transit systems to modify their service schedules and make accommodations for commuters for tomorrow morning.
As a polar vortex blankets the Delaware Valley in a deep freeze, record low temperatures are having a major effect on transportation, this morning.
The Pennsylvania state legislature’s approval of major new funding for roads, bridges, and mass transit was one of the major stories of 2013.
I just want to go home,” said one woman who had been waiting for a Route 2 bus for more than 30 minutes.
Will the passage of transportation funding actually help the poll-challenged governor? Franklin and Marshall College pollster and political analyst Terry Madonna believes it will.