Riders should get ready for those long waits at rush hour through about mid-October.
Some good news for commuters who use the PATCO high speed line. Full service across the Ben Franklin Bridge returns on Monday, but don’t get used to it.
A bridge over the PATCO rail tracks in Lindenwold has been closed for four weeks now, and it’ll stay that way for a while longer.
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.
Delaware River Port Authority CEO John Hanson says ridership on PATCO trains is down more than six percent over last year.
A PATCO train was stuck on the Benjamin Franklin Bridge for about 40 minutes Tuesday night.
All PATCO service across the Ben Franklin Bridge will be suspended starting at midnight Saturday.
Riders who have dealt with the headache on Fridays and weekends since February will now have them 24/7, through the end of July.
Starting next week, the pain of the ongoing PATCO track rehab project will spread to drivers who use the Ben Franklin Bridge.
Commuters between southern New Jersey and Philadelphia are in for a rough summer this year.
Crews battled a two-alarm fire that broke out Saturday evening at a vacant warehouse in Delanco, Burlington County.
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.
Letters are going out to residents and business owners in Old City and Camden warning them it’s going to be noisy.