There are plans in the works to give PATCO riders better train information, through new variable message signs on the platforms.
PATCO riders have a new way to follow their train schedules on the go.
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Some of the biggest issues were the SEPTA bus routes.
This latest storm, in the long line of them this winter, is affecting how people are getting around.
PATCO has announced a snow schedule is in effect on Thursday due to the pending snow storm.
With the frigid temperatures, SEPTA is taking steps to try to keep the system moving.
John Matheussen leaves the DRPA at the close of business on Friday, moving on to become a judge of the New Jersey Superior Court.
Breakdowns of elevators and escalators are a constant annoyance for Patco riders.
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 KYW Newsradio traffic center reports several accidents throughout Montgomery and Bucks Counties due to slick, icy conditions. Drivers are advised to reduce speeds and drive carefully.
PATCO is showing off the first of its new refurbished rail cars. And they also say some of their station escalators are beyond repair and need to be replaced.
Ridership on the PATCO High Speed Line is down a little from near record highs seen a year ago, but managers aren’t all that concerned for now.
It’s becoming a chronic problem, causing occasional train delays, and officials say they’re taking steps to stop it.
The transit agency that runs the high-speed train line between Camden and Philadelphia is getting ready to update its “Freedom” card, the cashless method for paying fares.