I write about every aspect of transportation in our region, from covering transit agencies to the business of ride share to how modes of travel shape the way people live.

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A passenger’s quick reaction saves a woman who fell onto SEPTA’s subway tracks

The woman was pulled off the tracks with minimal injuries.

SEPTA giving free rides to TSA workers

SEPTA staff were being told to not charge any passengers in TSA uniforms with identification, agency spokesman Andrew Busch said.

Traffic deaths on Roosevelt Blvd. spiked in 2018. A safety fix may not be in place until fall.

The death toll on the road in 2018 appears to be the worst in six years.

Pa. Turnpike tolls to increase Sunday

The toll increase has become an annual tradition for Pennsylvania drivers.

For workers in Philly’s poor neighborhoods, car ownership often a necessity and a privilege

Low gas prices and reliable vehicles make car ownership a sensible choice even in low income communities.

I-95 construction should be finished in just a few ... decades

After a decade, PennDot is about halfway finished with one segment of the highway. There are three more segments to go.

Trial date set for engineer in 2015 Amtrak derailment

Lawyers are still seeking additional information from feds in advance of trial.

NJ Transit reaches milestone for mandated safety system

Reaching the federal benchmarks should allow NJ Transit to avoid costly fines next year.

Work on Atlantic City Rail is done, but when trains will run remains unclear

The rail line's return is awaited by riders and those who see its potential as an economic driver.

Streetside data kiosks have arrived in Philly, but how useful are they?

The new devices can provide local information, WiFi, and online access without cost.