This latest storm, in the long line of them this winter, is affecting how people are getting around.
On some hilly roads, SEPTA may wind up suspending bus service anyway as the storm worsens.
It happened around 4:45 p.m. at Broad and Clearfield Streets in North Philadelphia.
Yet another violent purse snatcher stalks and attacks his victim — and it’s all caught on tape.
On Feb. 10 around 9:45 a.m., a 27-year-old female was inside of the Ace Check Cashing at 3509 Germantown Avenue when two unknown men in ski masks entered the store through the ceiling.
Transportation delays linger after Wednesday’s winter storm that dumped up to a full half inch of ice on portions of the region and left hundreds of thousands without heat and electricity.
A coating of ice is creating a lot of trouble all throughout the Delware Valley.
“We have people out there, working over miles of territory to clear trees and get things restored,” said SEPTA deputy general manager Jeff Knueppel.
Heavy snowfall is causing major delays and disruptions around the region.
SEPTA officials hosted a fifth public meeting, last week, on a rail project that would connect tens of thousands of people each day from Philadelphia to the King of Prussia area, particularly the mall.
With more people using Septa’s Regional Rail lines, the transit agency is looking for ways to increase capacity.
From the El to Regional Rail and SEPTA’s more than 100 bus stations, public transit in Philadelphia is nothing to scoff at.
“We’re trying to look for that predator that’s preying on the vulnerable,” says Septa police chief Tom Nestel.
With the frigid temperatures, SEPTA is taking steps to try to keep the system moving.
Philadelphia ranks fourth in the country as cities where people do not own cars.