The US Postal Service is in a spat with American Traffic Solutions, which manages many red light camera programs — including Philadelphia’s. ATS says the USPS is ignoring violations its mail carriers are racking up.
Getting a speeding ticket is bad enough, but getting one out-of-state can pose even more problems. On Tuesday, 3 On Your Side’s Jim Donovan assists a local woman who got an unwelcome dose of southern hospitality.
Phillies Spring Training tickets on-sale Thursday.
Philadelphia Region Reports Highest Number Of Citations During First 6 Months Of Texting-While-Driving Ban
AAA reports that there were a total of 796 citations issued across Pennsylvania during that period, and nearly half were written in Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery counties together.
You can rent ‘The Avengers’ through Redbox, but now those kiosks also can put you in a seat at the Carrie Underwood concert.
The increased enforcement is part of the nationwide “Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day” campaign, which is designed to draw awareness to safe driving and keep the roads free of fatalities for a single day.
Red light cameras have nabbed more than 100,000 drivers in six South Jersey towns over the last two years, and they’ve paid out millions in fines throughout Gloucester and Camden counties.
The Eagles announce the on-sale date for single-game tickets.
The Nationals are trying to keep Phillies fans out of their stadium, but its not stopping bus loads of Phillies.
The Washington Nationals are still not selling tickets to Phillies fans.
The Philadelphia Phillies have sold more than three million single game tickets for next season’s home games.
Senator Bob Casey wants the Nationals to allow ticket sales to Phillies fans.
The Washington Nationals effort to keep Phillies fans from taking over their park during the May series between the two teams has prompted reactions from amusement to outrage.
Drivers are now required to stop, not just yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk. Pedestrians can also be ticketed for darting out unsafely.