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    • A SEPTA Regional Rail train.

SEPTA expects big progress on construction projects over next 12 months

SEPTA kicked off its annual capital budget process Wednesday with a pair of public meetings showcasing the vehicles it plans on purchasing and the stations it plans on rehabbing over the…

    • Parking Meters

Philadelphia Parking Authority promises increased transparency

Philadelphia's new parking czar, Scott Petri, kicked off his first board meeting Tuesday with a 26-minute-long recital of his inaugural director’s report His predecessor, Clarena Tolson, used to keep her remarks…

    • SEPTA Token cufflink, available at the SEPTA gift shop

The artistry of saying goodbye to tokens

On Monday, SEPTA stopped selling tokens at station machines and cashier booths. SEPTA is the last major transit agency in the United States to still use tokens. It’s a big step…

    • Garages on Lombard Street

Why forbidden garages keep popping up in your neighborhood

If you ask Fishtown resident Matt Karp, garages that open onto the sidewalk are a plague afflicting Philadelphia’s rowhouse communities.  They reduce the number of eyes on the street and intrude…

    • A SEPTA Key validator

Answers for all your SEPTA Key questions

On Monday, SEPTA will stop selling tokens at subway stations, taking a long-awaited leap forward in the neverending game of hopscotch that is the rollout of its new fare payment system,…

    • Indego Bike Share Station at Race Street Pier/Emma Lee, WHYY

Philly looking to 'boost' bike share with controversial new technology

Sharing may go from caring to cutthroat in Philadelphia as the city opens the door to a smattering of venture capital-backed dockless bike share companies that have quickly turned the easy…

    • Cars and bikes compete on many Philadelphia streets despite bike lanes.

Cyclists violate traffic law no more than drivers, new data shows

A new study from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) seems to further confirm a sinking suspicion many Philadelphians have: Everyone on the road is a law-breaking jerk. The FDOT study…

    • A SEPTA Regional Rail train.

January 5: Car slams into SEPTA train | Industrial deco castle | Temple’s Tiny House

It’s Chilly Philly out there! SEPTA will operate on Severe Storm Schedule for Regional Rail Friday, which means at 75 percent capacity of a normal weekday. Bus and trolley routes are…

    • The Norristown high speed rail line would run through King of Prussia under SEPTA's plan.

Trump strategy may pose threat to King of Prussia rail

A major spending policy reversal by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) over a tunnel underneath the Hudson River may signal derailments to SEPTA’s own infrastructure projects, some experts say. Late last…

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