SEPTA is reminding subway riders to be smart about smart phones. Transit officials say there is a dramatic increase of thieves snatching the phones right out of people’s hands.
Subway passengers in New York City have faced jail time or worse for breaking the train’s etiquette rules according to recent article in the New York Times. But could that happen here in Philadelphia? A SEPTA spokesman says no.
An Abington businessman accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill the man he believed was having an affair with his wife and two of his friends is headed back to court next week, looking for lower bail.
America’s love of fast food is taking a hit in this slow economy. A recent survey shows some customers are scaling back trips to fast food restaurants by as much as 20 percent. As a result 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds that many chains are offering eye popping deals to keep customers coming through the doors.
SEPTA is offering extra service this weekend for riders headed to some of the area’s biggest events.
A CBS 3 I-Team Investigation now reveals that the suspect who allegedly tried to throw a SEPTA subway rider off of a Center City and in front of a train is a career criminal with a lengthy history of 35 arrests and numerous convictions.
A suspect was taken into police custody after he allegedly stabbed a man on the platform of a SEPTA subway station Tuesday.
SEPTA is hitting the road to ask riders what they think about a new system for collecting fares.
SEPTA riders are not being asked to dole out for higher fares in the coming year, but the transit agency is warning that it is quickly running out of cash for station and equipment repairs and upgrades.
Youtube videos show SEPTA riders making and eating sandwiches. Other videos show people yelling and fighting. SEPTA says the general rule when riding is to be respectful of others.
Philadelphia and SEPTA police are investigating a shooting on a subway concourse that happened early Tuesday morning.
SEPTA is running shuttle buses between the Walnut, Locust and Erie stations on the Broad Street Subway line this afternoon because of an underground fire discovered at the Girard Avenue station.
On Christmas Eve, buses, trolleys, and subways run on a Saturday schedule and the regional rails will run on a Sunday schedule. Christmas Day city transit division lines run on a Sunday schedule and the trains are on a special timetable.
Police in Bristol Township, Pa. (Bucks County) are looking for a man who held up the Subway store in the 4000 block of Route 413 in Levittown.