Coronavirus Latest: Local Mass Transit Systems Salute Essential Workers As Part Of 'Sound The Horn' CampaignSEPTA trains, buses and police cars blasted their horns at 3 p.m. on Thursday.
Coronavirus Philadelphia: SEPTA Moves To Lifeline Service Schedule, Closing Stations, Limiting All Transportation ModesBeginning Thursday, SEPTA will operate on a "life service schedule."
Commuter Alert: SEPTA's Market-Frankford Line Eliminates A/B StopsBeginning today, SEPTA is changing how its busiest line operates.
'Fun Little SEPTA Surprise': Door Malfunction On Broad Street Line Catches Riders, Workers Off GuardSEPTA confirmed an unusual incident on one of its Broad Street Line trains traveling southbound on Saturday.
Tap To Exit At Jefferson Station To Start For Some SEPTA Regional RidersStarting Monday, Jan. 13, passengers with key cards will need to tap or swipe to exit at about half of the station's turnstiles.
Mural At SEPTA Station In Center City Empowering Economically Insecure PhiladelphiansParticipants are paid $50 for three hours of work.
Police: Grenade Found On SEPTA Station Platform Deemed SafeThe device was found around 8:13 a.m. Sunday.
350 SEPTA Passengers Stranded On Tracks For Hours Because Of Wire IssueThis all started around 3:30 p.m. Saturday on SEPTA's Paoli-Thorndal line.
SEPTA, First Responders Conduct Terror Attack Emergency Response Drill In Bucks CountyThe simulated drill was a way for first responders to coordinate rescue and response tactics.
'Cecil B. Moore Changed The History Of Philadelphia': SEPTA Honors Civil Rights Leader On 104th BirthdaySEPTA honored Philadelphia civil rights leader Cecil B. Moore on Tuesday with more displays at its Broad Street Line station.
SEPTA Transit Police Union Strike Reaches Day 4 Without Deal, But Talks ContinueMore talks, but still no deal between SEPTA and their striking police officers.