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.
Rich covers Nevada Senator Harry Reid’s decision not to seek re-election, SEPTA agreeing to take anti-Muslim ads on their buses and a lawsuit that resulted from a negative online review. He also talked to Lenore Skenazy, author of the blog Free Range Kids.
A SEPTA bus driver found a four-year-old girl outside in the rain overnight by herself next to a bus stop.
Authorities say a SEPTA bus driver was assaulted by two men early Friday morning in North Philadelphia.
At a special SEPTA board meeting Thursday members of the Religious Leaders Council of Greater Philadelphia commended SEPTA for its efforts to try and prevent the ads.
A SEPTA bus driver was hospitalized after he was violently attacked by a male, officials said.
Police are searching for multiple suspects wanted in connection with a brazen assault caught on video at a SEPTA stop earlier this month.
SEPTA is releasing it’s budget for the 2015 fiscal year. It includes a increase of about three-percent, but no fare increases.
SEPTA says rail service has resumed on the Market Frankford Line following an insulator fire at 13th Street in Philadelphia.
Septa’s manager of operational safety Ed Abel Jr. says the alerts work with no extra steps needed from bus drivers.
Wednesday a federal court judge in Philadelphia sided with a New Hampshire based non-profit on its claim that it has a first amendment right to run bus ads linking Muslims to Hitler.
One example of sign confusion can be found trying to get from the Broad Street Line to the Trolleys at City Hall. There aren’t any signs. Instead, Williams jokingly points out, “There’s a green staircase, and everybody knows green means trolleys.”
As rain begins changing over to snow across the Delaware Valley, travel issues are expected to continue.
Among the ideas being talked about at this point, a Septa official says, is splitting the Route 23 bus line in half.