Nearly 200 unionized SEPTA transit police officers went on strike on Wednesday afternoon, and as of Thursday morning, it’s not yet clear when they’ll be […]
If it was a little harder to breathe the first week of November, you weren’t just hyperventilating at the possibility of President Trump. According to […]
Activists today handed out “Inconvenience Passes” in front of SEPTA headquarters and at Dilworth Plaza, calling on the transit authority to reimburse riders for the […]
We’ve apparently entered the point of the SEPTA strike where the sides fight with each other in press releases to the media. Dutifully, we bring […]
Three days have passed since close to 5,000 unionized SEPTA workers walked off the job, halting all of the city’s public transportation save for Regional […]
Update, 6pm: SEPTA received an injunction from the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas early this evening to prevent picketers from blocking access to Regional Rail […]
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.