Patco High Speed Line
The Delaware River Port Authority knows its recent capital projects have customers steaming, so it thought a small fix in the underground Philadelphia stations might cool them off.
Officials closed the White Horse Road bridge near Route 30 after inspectors noted a pair of failed girders under the span caused the road to dip more than it should.
All PATCO service across the Ben Franklin Bridge will be suspended starting at midnight Saturday.
One obstacle on the Pennsylvania side of the Walt Whitman is about to disappear.
The idea of Septa running Patco is a concept that’s closer to the “floating the idea” stage than anything definitive.
The summer will be critical, as trains will be placed on a single track across the Ben Franklin Bridge for two months, beginning just after Memorial Day.
Officials are changing their plans for delaying service over the Ben Franklin Bridge as track replacement work goes on. Those changes take effect today.
Riders might want to get themselves acquainted with new schedules for the high speed line that take effect this Saturday, because there will be delays.
Patco’s Tim Ireland says the riders have spoken, and the rail operator listened.
The agency has also concluded its lengthy process to codify new ethics policies and eliminate perks like free EZ Passes.
Two suspects Eighteen-year-old Timothy Williams and 23-year-old Steven Wiles are under arrest in connection with an attack at the PATCO station at 8th and Market Streets on January, 2nd.
“We recovered the gun, we recovered some of the clothing worn in crimes that have some blood stains on them. We’ll be sending them to the lab for analysis,” Cherry Hill police lieutenant William Kushina said.
Starting today, riders on the PATCO high speed line will find it easier to use the electronic fare-paying system that’s now in place.
Regular service has resumed on the PATCO high speed line, after an early morning fire on Saturday in Camden’s City Hall station temporarily halted trains to and from Philadelphia.
Board members instructed top managers to look into the idea at the suggestion of commissioner John Dougherty, who has been pushing the plan for months.