As part of its yearlong 50th anniversary celebration, SEPTA dusted off and showcased a bus from 1970 Thursday.
Surveillance cameras captured two separate incidents of people on the rails Wednesday.
More and more riders are taking part in this unofficial give-a-book/take-a-book program. It started with a ticket seller at the Cornwells Heights Station in Bensalem, Pa.
A new plan from SEPTA could have the subway trains running overnight again – at least on the weekends.
John McGee, who headed up SEPTA’s long-delayed move to smartcards, has left the transit agency to go work for a firm that is involved with the project.
Beverly Washington loves looking at old photos, but these pictures are now what’s left for her to hold of her grandson Andre after he was struck and killed by a SEPTA Regional Rail train on Monday.
The head of the union representing Philadelphia bus, subway and trolley operators said Tuesday that a strike is not imminent, but he noted that stalled contract talks would not resume until transit officials provided key financial information.
Investigators have identified a man struck and killed by a SEPTA train Monday night as a student at Abington High School.
The West Trenton line was shut down around 5 p.m. after authorities say a 20-year-old man was struck and killed by an outbound SEPTA West Trenton train.
Now the question is whether the next step is cementing a deal, dealing with a job action, or continuing in limbo.
Commuters know they can’t abandon Plan B yet.
TWU Local 234 officials have confirmed that SEPTA workers will not go on strike on Monday, and all transit lines will operate as normal.
SEPTA and TWU Local 234 officials resumed negotiations Sunday morning, after both sides reported serious progress on Friday and said they were close to a deal.
Now, there has been a significant change in the tone of the negotiations, and any deal that was on the table is now in jeopardy.
It’s back to the bargaining table for SEPTA and Transport Workers Union Local 234 Sunday morning.
SEPTA and representatives from the Transit Workers Union took a break from negotiations Saturday after meeting for about five hours Friday night.