Officials say around 2:54 p.m. a SEPTA Route 23 bus traveling south on Germantown Avenue at Tioga Street collided with another vehicle.
Philadelphia-area commuter trains are once again making all stops on the Trenton Line that was disrupted last week by a deadly Amtrak train derailment.
A transit train driver says he saw a “trespasser” on the tracks moments before an unknown object struck a window on the train.
Nestel says people along the tracks, usually kids, throw rocks at trains so often that engineers don’t always report it.
Service on the Trenton Rail Line resumed yesterday for the first time since last Tuesday night.
Trains began rolling Monday with delays because of continued repairs at Frankford Junction.
SEPTA says it will resume operations on the Trenton Regional Rail Line with the start of the service day on Monday.
It was a scary moment for Monica Williams as she sat a few rows behind the front of the SEPTA train going home.
Tuesday’s deadly Amtrak train derailment is still affecting mass transit throughout the region.
KYW’s John McDevitt reports alternate service plans have been put into place for more than 12,000 weekly riders.
It broke the engineer’s window around 9:25 p.m. Tuesday near SEPTA’s North Philadelphia station. No injuries were reported.
The train was headed from Washington D.C. to New York when it jumped the tracks at Frankford Junction.
The train derailment in Philadelphia’s Port Richmond neighborhood is impacting travel for the Wednesday morning commute.
Five people were injured in a crash that involved a SEPTA bus and a moving truck in Philadelphia Thursday morning.
The 25th Annual Susan G. Komen Philadelphia Race for the Cure will take place this weekend and SEPTA is adding additional service to accommodate those attending the event.