public transportation

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SEPTA Strike Preparations Underway, Says Transport Workers Union

Four SEPTA contracts are set to expire between now and April 7th, and the leadership of the Local 234 Transport Workers Union says that a […]

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City Life

Funding Secured, SEPTA Plans to Rebuild City Hall Station; Part of a Long List of Improvements

In the long, hard slog to secure stable funding for transportation statewide, SEPTA stressed that without it, its system would die a slow, painful death. […]

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City Life

SEPTA Is a Bottomless Pit. And 6 More Reasons Corbett’s Transportation Bill is a GOP Disaster

Thank you, thank you, thank you! A hearty round of applause to Pennsylvania’s Republican-controlled House and Senate! By granting GOP Governor Tom Corbett his most […]

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City

Direct Connection from River Line to Atlantic City Opens Today

NJ Transit just finished a $40 million project linking two lines that will generally make life more convenient for the inflow/outflow to/from Atlantic City. From […]

City Life

Will SEPTA End Gender IDs?

Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown introduced a resolution calling on SEPTA to end the practice of placing gender identification stickers on transpasses. The longstanding policy was […]