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flash flooding floods
City Life

Flash Flooding and Severe Storms Could Dampen Your Evening Commute

Roughy a week after storms and downpours left some evening commuters stranded last Wednesday, more flash flooding is headed to our area on Tuesday — and it could […]

west philly sinkhole
City Life

West Philly’s Massive Sinkhole Is Expected to Ruin Traffic for Another 3 Weeks

Sorry, West Philly: the massive, empty swimming pool of a sinkhole that recently opened just outside Clark Park isn’t going anywhere soon. John Digiulio, a spokesperson […]

Business

How to Make the Most of Your Commute, According to Philly CEOs

Unless you’re part of the country’s growing legion of remote workers, commuting is part of the gig no matter what industry you’re in. In Philly, […]

Business

Here’s How Many Philly Workers Have Left Their Jobs Due to a Bad Commute

Everyone has experienced a bad commute to work. Whether you’ve been stuck on the Schuylkill Expressway or delayed on the El, long and physically draining […]

amtrak derailment
City Life

SEPTA, Amtrak Seeing Delays After Freight Train Derails in Delco

Sorry, SEPTA and Amtrak commuters: You could be experiencing serious delays on Thursday morning. A freight train derailed in Delaware County overnight, and SEPTA and Amtrak are […]

City Life

Philly Trolleys Could Get a Billion-Dollar Upgrade and We Can’t Wait

Some good news for your Friday: A major upgrade is in the works for Philly trolleys. The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission has released plans for […]

Septa regional rail train
City Life

Here Are the New SEPTA Regional Rail Schedules

SEPTA has (once again) adjusted its Regional Rail schedules. Changes, which went into effect on Sunday, are part of a system-wide effort to improve schedule […]

I-95 Traffic
City Life

When to Avoid I-76 and I-95 This Week

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has scheduled several restrictions for I-76, I-95 and Front Street this week. PennDOT workers will conduct bridge inspections. Here’s the schedule […]

patco
City Life

PATCO Schedule Disrupted After Equipment Derails

PATCO service is running on an emergency schedule this morning following a derailment issue. Local trains are running every 15 to 20 minutes. There are no […]

regional rail
City Life

Here Are the New SEPTA Regional Rail Schedules

SEPTA Regional Rail lines have adjusted to new schedules. Most lines have altered weekday and Saturday and Sunday train times – meaning trains will likely leave a few minutes […]

SEPTA station closed, 13th street
City Life

Fact-Checking the SEPTA Strike: Three Claims Debunked

After the clock struck midnight this morning and close to 5,000 of SEPTA’s unionized workers went on strike in Philadelphia, the city was (characteristically) quick to react.

City Life

SEPTA Strike: How to Navigate the Mess

Have a good commute today Philly #septastrike pic.twitter.com/3Rqys9zjrw — Ferg (@christoferguson) November 1, 2016 ICYMI, which is likely impossible, close to 5,000 SEPTA union workers […]

City Life

Heavily Used I-95 Ramp to Close for 9 Months

Commuters should expect some extra I-95 traffic this week as a reconstruction project that will last for the next nine months kicks off. 

Septa regional rail train
City Life

SEPTA Regional Rail Is Delayed, Again

Commuters are seeing SEPTA Regional Rail delays this morning following power problems that occurred yesterday evening during the rush hour commute. Passengers on two trains on the Paoli/Thorndale […]

SEPTA Interim Weekday Schedule
City Life

Here’s the New SEPTA Interim Weekday Schedule

A new SEPTA interim weekday schedule went into effect this morning in hope of easing travel for Regional Rail commuters this week. SEPTA released the schedule last […]