As a result of Sunday’s Broad Street Run in Philadelphia, SEPTA is adding additional service, while some bus routes will be detoured.
Those controversial, anti-Islamic ads on SEPTA buses end this week, but a group of protesters say they’ll continue their quiet campaign against the ads to the very end.
18-year-old Andrzei Bodziak was taken into custody Saturday after SEPTA Police executed a search warrant in the 1600 block of Fillmore Street.
The fire happened around 1:30 this morning on South Broad Street and Pattison Avenue, right in front of the station.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority says service on the Manayunk/Norristown Line won’t be back to normal until Thursday afternoon.
SEPTA says passengers at the Conshohocken, Spring Mill, and Miquon Stations on the Manayunk/Norristown Line should board all trains from the outbound (towards Norristown) platforms until further notice.
A video from a SEPTA security camera rolling around 315 p.m. yesterday at the Spring Garden subway stop along the Broad Street Line shows the brawl.
Six people, including four students, suffered minor injuries after a school bus and SEPTA bus collided in Philadelphia Wednesday morning.
SEPTA’s police force wants to improve relationships with riders, and they are doing so with a small piece of paper.
Officials says it happened at about 6:40 p.m. Wednesday at the 15th Street Station of the Market-Frankford Line.
The victim suffered a broken jaw and received stitches to his face.
Controversial anti-Muslim ads will begin running on the sides of some SEPTA buses Wednesday.
While the Interfaith Center of Greater Philadelphia does believe in the freedom of speech, Diroff says that they disagree with the message that it sends.
Police say when the driver asked the suspect to clear the aisle so passengers could walk through, the suspect became angry and pulled a knife, threatening the driver.
SEPTA says Monday that regional rail trains will run at reduced speeds in the area of North Philadelphia.