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PPA passes new budget amid protests over School District funding

The PPA's new budget shows an increase in revenue from ride-share companies and a boost in payroll expenses.

Bike lanes, speed cameras, and traffic enforcement: Philly City Council moves ahead on safe streets issues

Voters must weigh in on one of the proposals: creating public safety officers to help control traffic.

An existential threat looms for SEPTA and state transit this summer, as lawsuit threatens funding

“Transit funding in Pennsylvania is still in peril,” says Transportation Secretary Leslie Richards.

Transit police strike ends after union and SEPTA reach deal

The strike of nearly 200 officers lasted six days.

SEPTA officers’ strike to continue Monday

Body camera policy is a point of contention, and wages are a concern too.

Neighbors troubled by police shooting of Ethiopian immigrant in West Philadelphia

Neighbors rally behind Kaleb Belay, 25, after his shooting Wednesday.

SEPTA looks to expand Chester County rail service to Coatesville

A new station and parking garage could bring Regional Rail service back to Coatesville after 22 years.

SEPTA cops’ strike touches on a national issue: Who should see body camera footage?

SEPTA, which does not allow officers to review video before writing up a report, has stricter standards than many big city police departments, including Philadelphia’s.

SEPTA’s transit police go on strike; service to continue

Officers began the strike Wednesday afternoon.

If King of Prussia rail extension happens, its hometown won’t help pay for it

Some Upper Merion officials have great ambivalence toward the long-planned rail project, but SEPTA says it can find the money to make the project happen.