The victim was treated at the University of Pennsylvania, where she required two stitches to her lip.
A SEPTA Regional Rail line is suspended due to a downed tree.
SEPTA management and transit police are here at the East Falls stop along the Manayunk Norristown line, handing out pamphlets with safety tips.
Three SEPTA police officers are now wearing body cameras attached to the microphones of their two-way radios as they patrol the transit system.
The Presidential Emergency Board found that SEPTA is correct in insisting that pay raises for the Regional Rail engineers and electricians follow the same pattern as raises for subway and bus operators.
A scare on a SEPTA subway train when a passenger is caught with a bunch of weapons.
Officials say five people were injured Sunday when a SEPTA paratransit bus and another vehicle collided in the Fairill section of Philadelphia.
The driver of a SEPTA Route 54 bus was assaulted by two men early Sunday morning in North Philadelphia.
Severe weather is moving across the region Tuesday night, leaving many customers without power.
Septa officials say drivers are taking the new bus for test runs, to make sure all the bugs are worked out. Earlier glitches included the wrong seats and mismatched paint.
SEPTA’s Assistant General Manager of Operations Ron Hopkins says so far, the two full weekends of this pilot program has seen a 40 percent jump in ridership on Saturdays and more than 60 percent increase on Sundays as the Broad Street and Market-Frankford Lines operate in the overnight hours.
The SEPTA strike this month lasted only a day, but leaving Regional Rail riders without a train to board for even that short time still was an inconvenience for many.
Three members of the panel are on a 30-day mission to hear testimony from locomotive engineers and electrical workers, as well as SEPTA labor relations staff, and deliver a report with recommendations to the President by July 14th.
Septa worker Greg Mielke checked out bus #6569, an eight-cylinder bus from 1974, which he used to drive.
“People with their face buried in their cell phone or listening to music and just kind of stumbling along,” SEPTA’s Dan Walden said.