SEPTA Interim Weekday Schedule

Here Are the Details on SEPTA’s Service Modifications

Yesterday, SEPTA announced that Regional Rail service will operate on a modified Saturday schedule starting tomorrow (July 5th). Today, Assistant General Manager for Operations Ron Hopkins described […]

Philadelphia Wedding

Ask the Expert: Should We Provide Hotel Transportation for Our Destination Wedding Guests?

Question: We’re having a destination wedding and our guests are arriving on about three different days, at different times. Are we responsible for providing transportation from […]


Ground Broken for K&T Trail Along the Delaware River

Marking another passage from abandoned railway to new community pathway, city and state officials broke ground on the first phase of the K&T Trail this afternoon at […]


Why Bikeability Is a Real Estate Story

Earlier today, we reported on the latest rankings from Walk Score, which listed the most bikeable downtowns in the United States based on their Bike […]


Center City West Named America’s Most Bikeable Downtown

This is Bike to Work Week, and while I left my three-speed at home in Germantown and took SEPTA to work today,* I generally consider bicycling as practical […]

Crum Creek Viaduct construction

The Media/Elwyn Line Is Shutting Down for 3 Months

“No pain, no gain.” This summer, Media/Elwyn Regional Rail Line passengers will have to endure a little pain in order for SEPTA to finally get […]


SEPTA Wins State Environmental Award

An innovative program to save energy and produce revenue by capturing the power generated by rapid transit trains as they brake has earned SEPTA the state’s […]


King of Prussia Moves to Put the “Urban” in “Suburban”

“King of Prussia is a suburban community and it will remain a suburban community.” So said Eric Goldstein, executive director of the King of Prussia […]


A New How-to Manual for Urbanist Revolutionaries

There’s a new how-to manual for urbanist revolutionaries looking to dismantle the car-centric infrastructure of most American cities, and it’s written by Janette Sadik-Khan, the controversial […]


Here’s What Is and Isn’t Running on SEPTA

Here’s the gist of what SEPTA General Manager Jeff Knueppel had to say when he briefed the media at 7 p.m. about the system’s status […]


PHL Airport the 4th Most Expensive on Thanksgiving

Philadelphia International Airport is the fourth most expensive airport to depart from this Thanksgiving. A new study from Sojern found that outbound flights from PHL are […]


BizFeed: Josh Innes, Tony Bruno Fight Boiling Over, Report

1. Where is Tony Bruno? The News: Regular listeners of 94 WIP have likely realized that something has been missing from their afternoon sports radio show over the past two […]


Uber Launched its Own Video Game

So, Uber just launched a new video game. Seriously. But it’s not just meant to be a good time — it’s meant to recruit new […]


BizFeed: Amtrak Passengers Stuck After Crew “Ran Out of Hours”

1. Amtrak Passengers Stuck in Delaware After Crew “Ran Out of Hours” The News: On it’s trip from New York to Washington D.C., an Amtrak train surprisingly […]


Apple Picks Philly to Debut New Transit App

Apple has chosen Philadelphia and nine other North American and European cities to debut its new Transit app, which is basically Apple Maps but for […]