Police are searching for three suspects in connection with a violent assault aboard a SEPTA bus earlier this week.
Police are searching for several suspects in connection with an assault aboard a SEPTA bus early Tuesday morning.
A SEPTA bus was involved in a multi-vehicle crash in Philadelphia early Friday morning.
Police are searching for a suspect who is accused of groping a teenage girl aboard a SEPTA bus before pulling her into an alley.
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.