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Need your car fixed? Drop it off at the Warminster SEPTA station

The Philadelphia Business Journal reports that SEPTA is partnering with Pep Boys to provide on-the-go mechanics service to rail commuters. Drivers can complete a service request and drop their vehicle off…

City gets first of 55,000 LED traffic light bulbs

The University City Review reports on the first of 55,000 energy efficient LED bulbs that will be installed in green and yellow traffic lights in Philadelphia. The installations were paid for…

SEPTA and DRPA lose $5.7 million in earmarked federal funding

Because of stalled projects, two regional transit agencies will lose $5.7 million in federal funding, the Inquirer reports. SEPTA will lose $3.9 million of earmarked federal funding for the proposed…

Daily News: Is AT&T Station's naming rights worth the money?

SEPTA's plan to change the name of Broad Street line's Pattison Avenue to AT&T Station is part of its plan to increase advertising but will the plan blur too much the…

Parkway Council seeks public opinion about Eakins Oval redesign

The Parkway Council is reaching out to the public with an online survey to study the potential reconfiguration of roads and sidewalks at Eakins Oval in front of the Philadelphia Museum…

Thursday: "World's Toughest Fixes" includes SEPTA

For all the flack taken by SEPTA, transit authority officials must be thrilled that Philly's favorite public transportation system will be featured on National Geographic Channel's "World's Toughest Fixes"…

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