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.
From the El to Regional Rail and SEPTA’s more than 100 bus stations, public transit in Philadelphia is nothing to scoff at.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority approved across-the-board fare hikes on Thursday.
The “positive train control” system will automatically bring trains to a stop if that were to happen here.
SEPTA held an open forum at its headquarters on Wednesday in center city Philadelphia, to allow the public to comment on proposed service changes.
SEPTA is receiving two federal grants that will help the transit agency save energy dollars while adding to the bus fleet.
It will be a busy day down at the sports complex with three events taking place.
Jeffrey Knueppel, SEPTA assistant general manager of engineering, calls this the “extreme low end” of operating temperatures, where even sturdy components of our transportation system have problems.