Philadelphia's police union could pose a formidable obstacle to plans to create a civilian traffic enforcement force.
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.
Amtrak's new CEO talks safety to Congress' rail subcommittee
DETROIT (AP) - Air bags in some Hyundai and Kia cars failed to inflate in crashes and four people are dead. Now the U.S. government's road safety agency wants to know why.
A lane reduction will clear space for parking-protected bike lanes, a wish-list item for street safety advocates.
A recent audit of the Philadelphia Parking Authority found that the agency was owed $76.8 million in uncollected parking fines since 2012. According to a spokesman for Mayor Kenney, the amnesty program - the first of its kind for PPA - has collected $154,979 since it started March 1.
A consultant will review how people get to and from Philly's Delaware River waterfront, and how to improve their options.
The PPA wants detailed ride-hailing revenue information, data on where and when the services pick and and drop off passengers, a complete record of all customer complaints and the number of vehicles being operated by company drivers in the city.
Uber released its "2018 Lost & Found Index" Thursday, which documents the mostly commonly left behind items - as well as some of the strangest.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - Hundreds of thousands of commuters who use New Jersey's much-maligned public transit system every day won't have to pay more for it, at least for the next year.
The governing body of Pennsylvania recognized the need for a bridge over the Pennypack Creek as far back as 1682, according to records, when the creek was called the Pemacacka and Pennsylvania's entire population was about 700 people.
The oldest active stone bridge in the country - on Frankford Avenue in Philadelphia - is getting a much needed fix. The project will cost $3.2 million.
A dog died on a United Airlines plane after a flight attendant ordered its owner to put the animal in the plane's overhead bin.