Authorities at Philadelphia International Airport say a Philadelphia man was detained on Tuesday after a loaded handgun was found inside his carry-on bag at a TSA checkpoint.
The state's MVCs reopened on Tuesday for the first time in months after closing due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A woman is recovering after she accidentally fell onto the tracks at a SEPTA station in Center City and was lifted to safety by a passerby.
Joyce Evans reports on the vending machines carrying PPE
SEPTA announced it added two regional rail lines back into service over the weekend and trains will run more frequently.
SEPTA will ramp up regional rail service next week to include hourly weekday service on most lines, officials announced.
Delta Air Lines will resume flights between the U.S. and China on June 25, operating twice per week between Seattle and Shanghai-Pudong via Seoul-Incheon. Starting in July, Delta will fly once per week from Seattle and Detroit to Shanghai also via Incheon.
An overturned dump truck on the Pennsylvania Turnpike has closed the eastbound lanes near Fort Washington as crews work to clear the scene.
The man, whose name has not been released, was flagged at a TSA checkpoint on June 16 after agents found a .357 caliber handgun with five loose bullets.
United Airlines announced it will strengthen mandatory mask policies to further hinder the spread of COVID-19 and help continue to keep passengers and crew safe.
City-wide meter enforcement will now begin June 22 and contact-free payment options are available.
As the city moved into the yellow phase amid government-led reopening strategies, the PPA announced that metered parking would resume.
Ridership is expected to increase as the region moves into the yellow phase of Pennsylvania’s reopening plan prompting SEPTA to impose the mandate on passengers.
SEPTA riders must wear face masks and maintain social distancing in an effort to battle COVID-19.
City officials have announced multiple street closures ahead of planned demonstrations scheduled for Saturday.
The cuts are the latest development in the agency’s multi-year transition from a system that largely relied on workers stationed in toll booths to collect cash.
SEPTA officials announced they plan on operating scheduled services on Tuesday, June 2.
SEPTA will shut down all service on Sunday at 6 p.m. and service will remain suspended until Monday at 6 a.m. due to continued riots and looting throughout the city.
SEPTA Transit Police received a call for a fight at approximately 3:45 p.m. at the bus loop at Broad and Olney.
SEPTA general manager Leslie Richards announces return to regular schedules with social distancing guidelines starting the week of May 17th.