The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) on April 27 announced that Michael Baker International, Inc. has been selected for architectural, design and construction-related services for the Logan, Wyoming and Hunting Park Stations on the Broad Street Line.
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA)
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority on March 23 awarded a contract to move forward with accessibility enhancements at three subway stations.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority submitted a request for amendment to its Federal Railroad Administration-approved Positive Train Control Implementation Plan on Feb. 22.
A SEPTA trolley and CSX freight train collided outside of Philadelphia this morning.
SEPTA has been awarded a total of $1.2 million through two competitive federal grants, the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has announced. The grants will be made through the FTA Safety Research and
The Philadelphia Inquirer is reporting that Jeff Knueppel, the general manager of SEPTA, is choosing not to renew his contract, and will be leaving at the end of 2019. Under Knueppel’s leadership,
The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen (BLET) has ratified a new contract with the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) that covers health care benefits, pay, and work rules for the next
Metra has completed the installation of all hardware required for Positive Train Control (PTC) implementation. To celebrate the achievement, the commuter rail service provider held a press conference and event for its
Louis J. Gambaccini, the founding Chairman of the Board of Directors of New Jersey Transit, died at his home in Skillman, N.J., Sunday, Aug. 19. He was 87 years old.
The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) provided a second quarter 2018 update to progress the commuter rail industry has made toward implementing Positive Train Control (PTC).
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) will perform work as part of the Southwest Connection Improvement Program in August aimed at rebuilding mainline infrastructure on the Media/Elwyn Regional Rail Line.
As has been the case for the past four summers, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) will again close its Center City tunnel for nine days to perform a maintenance blitz.