SEPTA To Close Bridgeport Viaduct This SummerThey say the lack of repair dollars is to blame and the bridge's closure could cause a ripple effect for the line's 2,400 daily riders.
Transportation Secretary Coming To New JerseyU.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is coming to New Jersey Friday as part of the federal recovery effort in the wake of Sandy.
Septa Gets Big Federal Grant To Help Refurbish Its Wayne Junction Power Substation"Power problems at Wayne Junction" is a phrase you often hear during KYW transit reports about delays on Septa's regional rail lines.
Philadelphia Gets $10 Million From Feds To Improve Traffic Flow In CityUS transportation secretary Ray LaHood says communities put in a toal of $14 billion in requests for the $500 million that was available.
US Transportation Secretary Says Jobs Bill Will Help SEPTA's InfrastructureSecretary Ray LaHood, accompanied by officials from SEPTA, stood near the Bridgeport Viaduct in Montgomery County -- which carries the Norristown High Speed Line over the Schuylkill River -- and urged lawmakers to put aside politics.
3-On Your Side: Airlines Keep Tax SavingsThe political stalemate in Washington has left airlines unable to charge many taxes. You'd think that would be good news for travelers as it should make tickets cheaper.
Amtrak Commuters Will See Upgrades Thanks To Federal Transportation WindfallThe Delaware Valley is one of the big winners in the award of $2 billion in federal transportation funds.
3 On Your Side: Air Passenger Rights ExpandedHate to fly because you want to avoid things like lost luggage and crummy customer service? Well the Department of Transportation understands your pain and is taking action.
Feds Call On Industry To Repair Aging PipelinesFederal transportation officials demanded Monday that pipeline companies speed up efforts to repair and replace aging oil and gas lines, saying recent deadly explosions in Pennsylvania and California highlight the urgent need for safety improvements.
Federal Study Shows Distracted Driving WidespreadThe US Secretary of Transportation has declared a distracted driving epidemic on American roads.