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Examiner: Real-time information coming to SEPTA bus shelters

Examiner: Real-time information coming to SEPTA bus shelters PHILADELPHIA - The City of Philadelphia is proposing to upgrade nearly 300 bus shelters across the city while installing an additional 250…

Public art proposals for Margaret-Orthodox Market-Frankford Line Station

Artists living in the Greater Philadelphia area are invited to apply for a public art commission. Artists are asked to envision permanent artwork that will be seen by tens of thousands…

Inquirer: How to use old Bethlehem rail line?

Inquirer: How to use old Bethlehem rail line? What's the best use of the old rail line that once carried passengers between Lansdale and Bethlehem? A revived SEPTA commuter line,…

Regional Rail Onboard Electronic Payment Project Due February 2010

Regional Rail Onboard Electronic Payment Project According to the most recent publication of Transit Research Industry and News Update by the Federal Transit Administration, there is an FTA report on the…

Inquirer: Eased federal rules a boon for local transit plans

Inquirer: Eased federal rules a boon for local transit plans By Paul Nussbaum,Inquirer Staff Writer Proposed rail projects on the Philadelphia waterfront and in South Jersey got a significant boost…

Inquirer: Riders say SEPTA change is behind schedule

Inquirer: Riders say SEPTA change is behind schedule By Jeff GammageThe Philadelphia Inquirer, January 11, 2010Colin Weir rides the bus to work, and takes subways and trains elsewhere,…

Inquirer: El reconstruction over, biz owners eye rebound in West Philly

Inquirer: El reconstruction over, biz owners eye rebound in West Philly Decades of losing business to malls and the past 10 years of losing neighborhood customers to the frequent street…

Bike Coalition opens "Bike the Strike" station in Dilworth Plaza

Bike the Strike: Commuters Can Bike During a SEPTA Strike  PHILADELPHIA - November 3, 2009 - The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia urges SEPTA travelers to bike instead of driving. Commuters…

SEPTA issues customer service survey

SEPTA issues customer service survey This fall SEPTA is publishing a set of surveys to evaluate the various transit services the Authority provides.  The surveys are limited to aspects of Convenience,…

Inquirer: Market-Frankford El in need of repairs

Inquirer: Market-Frankford El in need of repairs The Frankford elevated line, which was completely rebuilt in the 1980s and 1990s to last for 75 years, needs significant repairs because of…

SEPTA Makes Call for Artists for Broad & Girard Subway Station

SEPTA Issues Call for Metal-Panel Proposals for Broad & Girard Subway Stop - Deadline Sep 18 Local artists and metalworkers: SEPTA has just announced a juried public art competition. Phila-based individuals…

Mural Arts project along the El featured in New York Times and Wall Street Journal

A message from the Mural Arts Program: Exciting News! The Mural Arts Program's Love Letter project is featured in today's issues of The New York Times and The Wall Street…

Apply for SEPTA Youth Advisory Board

From the latest Next Great City newsletter: Apply for SEPTA Youth Advisory Board Applications are now being accepted for SEPTA’s Youth Advisory Council.  Composed of young riders from Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery,…

Inquirer: SEPTA will upgrade 50 stations in the next five years

Inquirer: Many SEPTA stations to get makeovers Paul Nussbaum reports that SEPTA has launched its most ambitious makeover of Regional Rail stations, renovating one-third of the system.  Total costs are…

KYW: SEPTA Slows its "Smart Card" System Plan, Again

KYW: SEPTA Slows its "Smart Card" System Plan, Again KYW Newsradio reports that SEPTA has pushed back the bid deadline for vendors to provide a tokenless and ticketless fare collection system…

Inquirer: SEPTA delays 'smart card' fare system

Inquirer: SEPTA delays 'smart card' fare system Staff writer Paul Nussbaum reports that SEPTA recently extended the deadline for contract proposals for the design and construction of a new electronic…

SEPTA announces final West Philly El shutdowns

The West Philadelphia El Reconstruction Project is set to be "substantially complete" by Fall 2009.  Only a few more shutdowns are planned: Final Weekend Shutdowns March 20-23 March 27-30 April 3-6…

Give feedback on new transit signage!

Following up on our Notebook entry last week, Center City District and SEPTA have unveiled a new series of public transit signs, designed to make SEPTA's numerous Center City lines…

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