Norristown High Speed Line
Downed trees and power outages have cause suspensions on regional rails.
SEPTA reported a service suspension early Tuesday morning.
Police are on the scene of the SEPTA Norristown High Speed Line Penfield station where a person was fatally struck by a northbound train.
A woman is now in custody after allegedly assaulting a SEPTA driver on the Norristown High Speed Line.
SEPTA and TWU Local 234 officials resumed negotiations Sunday morning, after both sides reported serious progress on Friday and said they were close to a deal.
Now, there has been a significant change in the tone of the negotiations, and any deal that was on the table is now in jeopardy.
SEPTA is considering building a high-speed line to the King of Prussia/Valley Forge area, and a Public Scoping Meeting was scheduled for Tuesday night at the Radisson Hotel at the Valley Forge Casino to get input.
Starting today, SEPTA is closing a key bridge that carries the Norristown high speed line.
Septa is closing the Bridgeport Viaduct, which is the bridge carrying the Norristown High Speed Line over the Schuylkill River between Norristown and Bridgeport.
Get ready to dig a little deeper for that SEPTA ride. Fare increases went into effect on Monday.
A couple of SEPTA employees are doing their part to put commuters in the spirit this holiday season.
We’ve all hit the skids on a pile of wet leaves, but the fall foliage also creates some slick conditions on the area’s railways.
The US Open golf tournament in Merion is still ten months away, but SEPTA has already started construction on a project designed to encourage more people to take public transportation to the event.
Seven people were injured after a train accident in Delaware County Friday night, according to SEPTA officials.
Secretary Ray LaHood, accompanied by officials from SEPTA, stood near the Bridgeport Viaduct in Montgomery County — which carries the Norristown High Speed Line over the Schuylkill River — and urged lawmakers to put aside politics.
A 29-year-old Haverford Township man is facing a laundry list of charges after police say he left his car on the tracks of SEPTA’s Route-100 Norristown High Speed Line.