SEPTA Regional Rail
After their first try at Pope train ticket sales crashed the website, SEPTA reached out to TicketLeap, a Center City company that helps event organizers sell tickets on line.
The passes go on sale at 12:01 a.m. Monday on the transit agency’s website.
Technical problems forced the transit agency to suspend online sales of its special passes Monday less than two hours after the transit agency began selling them.
Originally scheduled for this week, now SEPTA will begin selling $10 Regional Rail tickets for the Pope’s visit on Monday July 20 at 9 a.m. online only.
SEPTA says it will resume operations on the Trenton Regional Rail Line with the start of the service day on Monday.
SEPTA says Monday that regional rail trains will run at reduced speeds in the area of North Philadelphia.
There are power problems in Doylestown, Bucks County this morning.
Philadelphia Police say a man is dead after he was struck by a Trenton Line Regional Rail train Sunday Night.
SEPTA Riders are a little nervous after hearing the news about the potential for a strike.
It happened shortly before 7 p.m. Tuesday at the 5800 block of Weymouth Street.
An executive order signed by President Obama Saturday forces train engineers back to work.
Your main interaction will be with a screen — think a large smartphone — that SEPTA calls a Validator.
The accident happened near the Neshaminy Falls Station around 1 p.m.
City officials plan a full assessment of the damage brought by Hurricane Sandy. The key question: when will SEPTA be able to restore operations?