Investigators: Human error caused deadly Amtrak crash near Seattle

Federal safety investigators are expected to present their findings on the Amtrak train derailment south of Seattle that killed three people and injured dozens

Can voters solve Philadelphia’s traffic congestion problems at the polls?

The ballot question is designed to free police officers from traffic enforcement duties.

Can voters solve Philadelphia’s traffic congestion problems at the polls?

The ballot question is designed to free police officers from traffic enforcement duties.

Want to know when your street is going to be paved? Philly's got a map for that.

The Streets Department's paving map, called PavePHL, is updated every hour.

Want to know when your street is going to be paved? Philly's got a map for that.

The Streets Department's paving map, called PavePHL, is updated every hour.

Expect road closures, transit detours for Joe Biden rally

Streets surrounding the Benjamin Franklin Parkway will be closed Saturday as Joe Biden rallies for his 2020 presidential campaign in Eakins Oval.

Expect road closures, transit detours for Joe Biden rally

Streets surrounding the Benjamin Franklin Parkway will be closed Saturday as Joe Biden rallies for his 2020 presidential campaign in Eakins Oval.
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Trump administration pulls $1B from California rail project

The Trump administration cancelled nearly $1 billion Thursday in federal money for California's high-speed rail project, further throwing into question the future of the ambitious plan to connect Los Angeles and San Francisco.

Speed cameras approved for Roosevelt Boulevard

The cameras will likely be in place by the end of the year.

PPA promises shorter waits, better customer service when paying parking tickets

The changes could cut the time people wait to resolve violations in half.

Safety belts, oxygen masks, and Spider-Man: United Airlines’ in-flight safety video features an unabashed promotional tie-in.

Starting June 1, United Airlines will use a slickly produced Spider-Man vignette to inform passengers how to fasten their safety belts, put on their oxygen masks, and use their seats as flotation devices in the event of a water landing.

Most parents say they drive distracted. Are you one of them?

Some parents said they were more careful with kids in the car, while others said they believed it could be safe to text and drive.

SEPTA to complete new and improved website for Key cards

The new site is designed to fix problems that made the original web site difficult to use.

SEPTA conductor is shot in hip at Regional Rail stop in West Mount Airy

The conductor, who has not yet been named, was shot on a platform at the Carpenter station on the Chestnut Hill West line, according to SEPTA officials.

All aboard! NJ Transit resumes Philadelphia-Atlantic City rail service

Service had been suspended since September to allow the transit agency to finish installation of the Positive Train Control safety system.

After backlash, PATCO delays overnight schedule changes to consider tweaks

The action follows a social media backlash, including suggested changes.

Philadelphia is suing Uber over allegation of unpaid taxes

Uber has ignored repeated requests from the city to comply with an audit, the lawsuit claims.

Atlantic City Rail Line conductors earned thousands in overtime while trains weren’t running

Conductors earned the overtime while being assigned to stations on a nonfunctioning railroad.

PATCO to run fewer trains, close some stations overnight

PATCO says the change will improve security and put a police officer on every overnight train; some riders are not happy.

Broad Street Run 2019: Street closures, parking, SEPTA

Whether you’ve been training for months or setting an early alarm to cheer on friends and family, here's what you need to know about getting to the 10-mile race.

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