New Jersey Transit passengers may one day board buses without drivers.
Lawmakers are planning to investigate the embattled New Jersey Transit agency.
Multiple videos showing Philadelphia student commuters engaging in violent brawls on SEPTA platforms have raised concerns about travel safety during school dismissal time.
The Made In America Festival is returning for its eighth year on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway and city officials have released road closures and traffic restrictions ahead of the two-day musical festival to help prepare residents and visitors.
A tractor-trailer that was lodged underneath a pedestrian bridge on Departures Road at the Philadelphia International Airport has been removed.
Two men are facing charges in connection with the death of a 7-year-old boy killed on the Broad Street Line last year.
Authorities say the eastbound lanes on the Ben Franklin Bridge have reopened following a debris spill Thursday afternoon.
Motorists who need to make a pit stop will have to find alternatives because three service areas on the New Jersey Turnpike and Garden State Parkway will close after Labor Day.
New Jersey spends more per mile on its highway system than any other state in the country but isn't getting its money's worth, according to a report released Thursday by a nonpartisan public policy group.
New Jersey Transit is investigating why a train door opened on the wrong side of an outbound train, causing a passenger to fall out of the train.
Rail commuters will soon get a clearer picture of how New Jersey Transit is performing.
Police are investigating a shooting after an altercation between two men at a SEPTA station in Center City
SEPTA’s Trolley Tunnel Blitz is underway, as the work to improve SEPTA’s trolley lines begins.
Scary spiders are making themselves at home at SEPTA's Spring Garden station. FOX 29's Hank Flynn went to go check it out.
SEPTA's new regional line schedule begins Monday.
A sinkhole on the 3300 block of Amber Street in Kensington has residents worried sick. On Thursday, a portion of their street began caving in right before their eyes. A neighbor recorded video of it happening.
Commuters heading to work Thursday morning may need to get their hands on a new SEPTA Key Card as some of the first cards issued expired.
Trains on New Jersey Transit's Northeast Corridor line were delayed during the morning commute because a car that became wedged under the passenger platform of a station was blocking one of the tracks.
Rail delays of five hours or more for commuters between New Jersey and New York have occurred about 17 times per year in recent years.
PATH trains between northern New Jersey and New York City are going to be longer and more frequent in coming years.