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    • A schematic of SEPTA's project underneath Dilworth Plaza, including new elevators provided for in the agreement.

SEPTA riders getting City Hall elevators down to the El

SEPTA riders will be getting elevators at the 15th Street Market-Frankford El station thanks to a consent decree that ends a contentious lawsuit filed against SEPTA eight years ago.The two…

    • A new report gives suggestions on increasing ridership among students.

Report chronicles information gap between SEPTA and youth riders

Only 22 percent of college and high school students in Philadelphia have heard of SEPTA's Independence Pass.And only 16 percent have heard of Mobile SEPTA, the authority's mobile…

    • Series of before-after pictures from the Commerce Dept., showing how the corridor might look after the facade improvements

After decades of turmoil, 52nd Street is getting a new lease on life

It used to be West Philadelphia's main street. A regional shopping destination that was so vital tourists in Philadelphia would make a point to visit and check out the shops, sample…

SEPTA in talks with contractor to settle Market-Frankford El lawsuit

A lawsuit over who is to blame for delays and cost overruns on the Market Street Elevated Reconstruction Project may be inching toward settlement.Court documents show that SEPTA has begun…

SEPTA slowly moving forward with City Hall station rebuild

Spurred on by the Center City District's plans to remake Dilworth Plaza, SEPTA is slowly moving forward with its own project to reconstruct City Hall station ― despite the fact…

    • The new SEPTA map.

SEPTA takes a connection away. Only it doesn't.

New maps SEPTA is busy installing on subway stations and trains have a number of updates. The old regional rail numbers and colors are gone. The product includes the Route 15…

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