In addition to power outages and problems hitting mass transit on PATCO and SEPTA Wednesday morning, several area roads have been affected by the storms that hit the region on Tuesday.
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Company shows off the Transit van, which replaces its long time Ford E-Series.
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The last of SEPTA’s contracts with transport workers union local 234 runs out this Sunday. Later this evening, officials from both sides will hold informal negotiations with a select group of leaders.
Local 234’s contract expired back on March 15th, and the last of the three transit workers’ contracts is set to expire at midnight on Sunday, April 6th.
Philadelphia is ranked number one for smartphone thefts, according to a new survey by AAA.
SEPTA says it has set a new ridership record on its regional rail lines.
Governor Corbett rolled out a wide-ranging agenda as he delivered his budget address to the legislature on Tuesday.
New Jersey Transit is getting a helping hand from their colleagues in Philadelphia.
Two are dead in the Juniata section of Philadelphia because of speeding in slippery conditions this morning.
New Jersey will get more than $10 million in federal grants to repair state and federal roads damaged by severe weather and flooding that battered the state this summer.
Hurricane Irene caused the cancellation of a lot of flights and put the brakes on a lot of trains. Fortunately, most rail services are expected to resume Tuesday morning.
Trains on the Chestnut Hill West line, Norristown Line, and the Trenton Line were stopped in their tracks because of overhead line problems.