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.
The DRPA is holding its second of three town-hall meetings, this one tonight in Collingswood, to discuss delays caused by construction on the PATCO line over the Ben Franklin Bridge.
A deer somehow found its way onto the Philadelphia side of the busy Benjamin Franklin Bridge, where it made its way to the train tracks on the span before running into traffic and being killed by a car.
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.
Plane, train or automobile? Residents and visitors can get around Philadelphia many different ways. Whether you are trying to navigate within the city or you are looking to travel to another major east coast city like Washington DC or Boston, Philadelphia’s transportation infrastructure offers many options.
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.