SEPTA is planning to make it easier for parents to keep children in strollers while on city buses. That's good news, say parents with young children who struggle to use public transit.
Today, we begin a five-day look at the state of SEPTA's Regional Rail a year after we examined the issues that kept the railroad from running on time. Read on to find out what's better and what still needs doing.
None of the injuries appear to be life-threatening from the crash at the 69th Street Transportation Center in Upper Darby, officials say.
The stunning finding from Tuesday's National Transportation Safety Board hearing on last year's fatal Amtrak accident near Chester, Delaware County, was that the company's labor-management relationship is so toxic, it contributed to the deaths of two workers and injuries to 39 passengers.
AAA says consumer confidence, along with rising income, is fueling the increase in travel plans.
The app, which promises to provide more real time information, will launch at 10 p.m. Wednesday for iPhone and Android users.
You have to wonder if these victims with very old tickets even knew they were vulnerable to the boot. The Parking Authority should prove it has reached the drivers and explained the consequences of not paying tickets.
Safety precautions were dropped while workers were still on the tracks. A dispatcher, meanwhile, was on a personal phone call.
The King of Prussia rail plan is getting big backing from businesses, while neighbors' concerns may be eased by a route change to north of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries sells women's health products to pay down large debt from prior acquisitions.
Im 2016 SEPTA's regional rail was a mess. A year later, SEPTA has made some big improvements, but work remains to be done and some riders say they haven't seen benefits.
When the recession pushed many Philly homeowners into foreclosure, a Philadelphia Common Pleas Court judge intervened and set up a nationally lauded mediation system to save people's homes. Can something similar happen with Philly's battered taxi industry?
Rebounding from one of its worst years in 2016, SEPTA's Regional Rail is showing signs of improvement. Yet many riders say they're still not seeing the benefits. What's next for the rail?