A woman has been killed after being struck by a SEPTA train, officials announced Monday.
SEPTA has created a team of ambassadors to encourage and promote mask-wearing while aboard trains and busses in Philadelphia, according to a Wednesday press release.
A SEPTA spokesperson said in a statement there is still no indication that any of the officers engaged in illegal activity on Jan. 6.
SEPTA police are investigating if seven officers who attended a pro-Trump rally in Washington, D.C. had any role in the storming of the U.S. Capitol.
Ridership on SEPTA is down, due to coronavirus and it's estimated they are losing $1 million a day.
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Police say the 25-year-old victim was on the subway when an unknown man slashed him in the head with a large knife.
SEPTA on Wednesday announced it will begin to phase out paper ticket sales on Regional Rail lines in favor of a key card program that promotes no contact fare payment.
Police say the 33-year-old woman was shot in the stomach and once in the leg. She was taken to Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, where she is in serious condition.
SEPTA is providing the public with assistance in mask-wearing and social distancing beginning Tuesday, officials said.
A SEPTA police sergeant has been terminated after striking two protesters in the head with his baton during the unrest in May, a spokesperson said.
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.
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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.
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.
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.