SEPTA Regional Rails
“We have people out there, working over miles of territory to clear trees and get things restored,” said SEPTA deputy general manager Jeff Knueppel.
With more people using Septa’s Regional Rail lines, the transit agency is looking for ways to increase capacity.
The plan to build a 700-space garage has been in the works for several years and has been the subject of contentious discussions between the transit agency and Cheltenham residents who live near the station.
Four years after SEPTA launched its “Quiet Ride” cars on certain Regional Rail trains, the agency is conducting a survey to find out if all that shushing has been worthwhile.
The nearly 20,000 employees who work at the King of Prussia business park but come from outside the Upper Merion area now have a new incentive to get out of their cars and onto public transportation.
Get ready to dig a little deeper for that SEPTA ride. Fare increases went into effect on Monday.
There will be a number of bus detours around the course, so getting there could also be a challenge for spectators.
The continuing roadwork on I-95 south in Northeast Philadelphia is a massive headache to motorists, and that has many looking for alternatives.
SEPTA announced that much of its transportation system resumed service Tuesday afternoon and Regional Rail service will resume operations Wednesday morning.
We’ve all hit the skids on a pile of wet leaves, but the fall foliage also creates some slick conditions on the area’s railways.
“Power problems at Wayne Junction” is a phrase you often hear during KYW transit reports about delays on Septa’s regional rail lines.
Commuters can expect delays of about 15 minutes on all SEPTA regional rail lines throughout Friday night’s evening rush.