The old gatehouse is a reminder of the heyday of the Golden Triangle, a section of Cherry Hill where residents and visitors once gambled, shopped and dined.
Last week's column focused on how policies of the Obama administration are likely to affect airlines and the travel business. I didn't have room to say all I wanted to about what may be the most striking change in store in the transport arena:...
A US Airways Express flight with 38 people aboard touched down without its front landing gear yesterday morning at Philadelphia International Airport. There were no injuries.
Commuter traffic rose Monday on the Tacony-Palmyra and Burlington-Bristol Bridges and dropped on the four Delaware River Port Authority bridges, apparently the result of drivers' looking for a bargain.
US Airways Group Inc. ranked third among major airlines in on-time arrivals and baggage handling in August, a big improvement from recent years.
I had the rare opportunity last week to attend a "media day" at a major airline. These events, which only a few airlines put on, allow those who write about the business to hear executives describe what the carrier is doing to draw...
ATLANTA - Philadelphia International Airport again improved its on-time performance in July, according to figures released yesterday by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Gas prices in the region continued slow their pace of decline overnight, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.
To cope with increasing ridership, the PATCO commuter rail line will add trains during rush hours, beginning Saturday, officials said yesterday.
Bridge inspections will restrict traffic on several highways in the region this week.
US Airways reported a second-quarter loss of $567 million, reversing a profit of $263 million in the same period last year, because of soaring fuel prices.