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.
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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.
This will be the last price increase ever for tokens. That’s because by this time next year, Septa predicts, there will be no more tokens.
The state senate approved a plan that would lift a cap on wholesale gasoline taxes and would increase vehicle fees and fines for moving violation.
Septa general manager Joe Casey says the transit agency need about $5 billion in repairs and upgrades.
The measure approved by the committee would, among other things, lift a cap on wholesale gasoline prices at a faster rate than the governor has proposed.
“Nobody wants to have to pay that, but the numbers are in line with inflation, (or) a little bit higher,” said Matthew Mitchell, president of the Delaware Valley Association of Rail Passengers.
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.