A SEPTA bus accident in Montgomery County has left two injured.
An accident involving a SEPTA bus and a passenger vehicle early Friday morning left one man hospitalized.
SEPTA Transit Police have arrested a female suspect who was caught on tape randomly attacking a male passenger aboard a SEPTA bus late last month.
More than a dozen passengers and a bus driver were injured after a SEPTA bus was rear-ended by a truck Wednesday morning.
The main issue for the bus fleet is keeping the air conditioning going, says SEPTA spokeswoman Jerri Williams.
A SEPTA bus was rear-ended by a car Friday afternoon in Delaware County.
After a community protest, SEPTA has agreed to spell-out the name of Cecil B. Moore on its electronic bus signs.
Philadelphia police are searching for three men who were caught on tape stealing a cell phone from a victim aboard a SEPTA bus.
Eyewitness News has learned there have been 152 assaults against SEPTA bus drivers since 2009, 100 of them were forced to take off from work, as a result of their injuries.
A Pennsylvania Senate bill introduced last fall would include bus drivers with police and firefighters in a protected class. The bill would upgrade assaults against them immediately to aggravated assault, which is a felony.
Septa is one of 17 rail and mass transit agencies nationwide to earn the “Gold Standard” rating on a security assesment program administered by the TSA.
Philadelphia police are investigating a serious crash that involved a SEPTA bus early Tuesday morning.
Two Philadelphia police officers and an unidentified woman are hospitalized and under treatment for injuries suffered in an early morning accident on North Broad Street in North Philadelphia.
Philadelphia police are searching for two suspects who robbed and shot a man in the head moments after he got off a SEPTA bus early Tuesday morning.
A child was struck by a SEPTA bus in the Oxford Circle section of Philadelphia Tuesday.