Train service will remain suspended for the duration of Monday evening due to power problems caused by downed trees near the Devon Station.
Federal railroad officials will be in Philadelphia this week to outline proposals for the future of service on the Northeast Corridor.
SEPTA is considering how and where to place secure, sheltered bike cages inside transit stops, rather than having bikes locked outside on public sidewalks, and in the elements.
This happened just before 3 p.m. near the intersection of Allegheny and Aramingo Avenues.
A SEPTA bike officer attempted to stop the car when the vehicle struck his bike.
Service is back to normal after a freight train got stuck under a bridge Wednesday night.
Transport Workers Union Local 234 members have voted in favor of ratifying a new, two-year contract with SEPTA.
SEPTA says the video, which portrayed a man masturbating on a Broad Street Subway car, was posted in August 2014 and forwarded to the Transit Police for investigation.
SEPTA riders who feared a strike were breathing a sigh of relief Monday as they headed back to work and school.
If you’re planning to take SEPTA to the airport this morning, leave yourself some extra time.
SEPTA officials joined leaders from Transport Workers Union Local 234 late Friday night to announce that a deal had finally been reached.
SEPTA and TWU Local 234 negotiators have finished talking for the day, and will resume tomorrow, in efforts to head off a possible strike that would idle 5,000 workers on the city, suburban and frontier divisions, leaving nearly a million riders looking for another way to get where they are going.
A decision on whether to strike could come as soon as Friday.
SEPTA Riders are a little nervous after hearing the news about the potential for a strike.
Members of SEPTA’s largest labor union – which represents subway, bus, and trolley operators – have voted to give its leadership the authorization to call a strike.