The secretary of PennDOT says more access points to the Pennsylvania Turnpike may be in the offing as extra revenues start rolling in under the state’s new transportation funding plan.
After a harsh winter that featured motorists stranded for hours on highways, the state transportation secretary says officials are looking at ways to get people off roadways like the turnpike when they are shut down.
Transportation delays linger after Wednesday’s winter storm that dumped up to a full half inch of ice on portions of the region and left hundreds of thousands without heat and electricity.
Dom Giordano talked to Lieutenant Governor Jim Cawley on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT Wednesday about school funding, the transportation bill and gasoline taxes.
From the El to Regional Rail and SEPTA’s more than 100 bus stations, public transit in Philadelphia is nothing to scoff at.
Behind SEPTA’s 69th Street train station is the company’s repair hub, which has been busy due to the recent snow storms.
With more than a foot of snow covering the ground, commuters should be prepared for delays on Wednesday.
Snow Forces Cancellation of 100+ Flights In and Out of PHL; Mass Transit Systems Modifying Service Schedules
Mass transit systems across the Delaware Valley are modifying service schedules and making accommodations for commuters due to the winter storm.
The company is decking out several trolleys, buses and even a Norristown High Speed Line train car for the holidays with lights, ornaments and boughs of holly.
A spokesman for the state House majority leader says it now appears that a vote on a transportation funding bill will be postponed again and could be postponed for good.
PennDOT and the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission have teamed up to get commuting information from drivers.
Amtrak officials have announced that passengers traveling on Amtrak and commuter trains on the Northeast Corridor should expect delays due to the heat.
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The secretary of PennDOT says he’s confident there won’t be any problems if vehicle registration stickers are eliminated in Pennsylvania.