Patco’s Tim Ireland says the riders have spoken, and the rail operator listened.
A committee of people who use DRPA bridges and the PATCO high speed line handed the Delaware River Port Authority a list of suggestions this week on issues they’d like to see addressed.
Thousands are expected to line the Delaware River to watch a Flugtag competition Saturday.
The PATCO high speed line is becoming ever more popular. Officials say they’re seeing ridership levels that they haven’t seen in more than a decade.
The Delaware River Port Authority is looking at an advertising deal by SEPTA and wondering if it can do the same for the cash-strapped train system.
Patco riders will be able to pay their fare with a tap of a credit card, beginning Monday.
PATCO is following the lead of other transit agencies, launching a three-month test of “quiet cars” on its trains.
A video on Patco’s web site offering humorously helpful tips is just part of the “Courtesy Counts” campaign, launched after a rider survey found four recurring complaints.
PennDot, NJDOT, and DelDOT in addition to area municipal crews have been out in full force most of the Sunday morning.
Two are dead in the Juniata section of Philadelphia because of speeding in slippery conditions this morning.
As the Delaware River Port Authority reconsiders plans to build a bicycle and pedestrian ramp on the Camden side of the Ben Franklin Bridge, those on the Philly side would like the DRPA to consider reopening it’s PATCO station at 6th and Race.
Authorities are investigating the attack of a young man at a North Philadelphia train station on Tuesday.
Young man barely injured after being hit by a train in Center City.
There’s a new man at the helm of PATCO, the commuter rail line run by the Delaware River Port Authority.
The future of ferry service linking Penn’s Landing with the Camden Waterfront is being debated between the agency that now provides it and two others that wouldn’t mind taking it over.