American Airlines Cracking Down On Emotional Support Animals Beginning Next WeekStarting Monday, the airline will only allow passengers to fly with dogs that are trained as service animals. 
Pennsylvania Turnpike Toll Increases Go Into Effect SundayThe Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission in July approved a 6% increase to begin Sunday for EZ-Pass users.
30-Year-Old Man Killed After Vehicle Slams Into Tree, Bursts Into Flames In Single-Car Accident On Roosevelt BoulevardAuthorities are investigating a fiery crash that killed a man on the Roosevelt Boulevard, early Monday morning.
More Than 1 Million People Screened At Airports On Consecutive Days For First Time Since COVID Pandemic BeganThe holiday travel rush seems to be starting as COVID-19 cases and deaths rise across the nation as AAA reports that fewer people in the tri-state area will be traveling this year.
NJ Transit Meets Federal Deadline For Rail Braking SystemNJ Transit could have faced fines of more than $25,000 per day if it didn’t meet the 2020 deadline for testing and implementing the system.
New Jersey Weather: State Issues Commercial Vehicle Travel Restriction Ahead Of Winter StormThe travel restriction will begin at 1 p.m., New Jersey Department of Transportation Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti said Wednesday.
NJ Transit Adjusts Schedule In Anticipation Of Wintry StormNJ Transit passengers were advised to monitor the agency’s website.
Betsy Ross Bridge Ramp To I-95 North Closed For One YearThe closure began at 8 p.m. on Thursday.
COVID In Pennsylvania: SEPTA Temporarily Closing 14 Regional Rail Ticket OfficesThey will be shut down through February 2021.
All Lanes On Pennsylvania Turnpike Reopen Following Messy Morning Commute Between Bensalem, Willow GroveTwo accidents caused a messy scene on the Pennsylvania Turnpike Thursday morning.
Next Year's Scheduled Toll Hike On Delaware River Port Authority Bridges Will Be PostponedIt won't cost any more money to drive across several Delaware River bridges.
Sanctions Looming, NJ Transit Says It'll Meet Safety CutoffCEO Kevin Corbett even staked his job on making the cutoff, saying Wednesday if it’s not completed, “you’ll be talking to a new CEO.”
AAA Survey Finds Men Are More Aggressive Drivers Compared To WomenThe motor club says men are more likely to speed, tailgate, merge dangerously and honk at other drivers than women.
Amtrak Unveils $72 Million Project Adding Electrified Third Rail To Northeast Corridor In DelawareAmtrak unveiled a $72 million project adding an electrified third rail to the northeast corridor through Delaware.
Philadelphia Drivers Rate Themselves 4th-Least Skilled In CountryDrivers from 25 major cities were asked to rate themselves on both skill and safety.