Nearly a year after being sent home from the office, some employees have realized that losing that time on the bus, train, or street - or in the car - has some drawbacks.
Per the new federal mandate.
Lightsource bp’s Elk Hill 2 solar farm in Franklin County, Pennsylvania will help SEPTA meet its sustainability goals while supporting the local economy.
For the first time ever, SEPTA customers can get a virtual look inside their bus while they are planning a trip.
13th Street Station on both the Market-Frankford Line and the Trolley Line will close at 8pm this weekend for heavy cleaning and maintenance.
Service on the Boulevard Direct began on October 22, 2017.
The Phlash will be running every day now thru September 6 from 10a thru 6p.
This year - we teamed up with MaST Community Charter School in Northeast Philadelphia to spread the Make the Safe Choice - Be Aware of Your Surroundings safety message!
A new on-demand transit service that links late night service on SEPTA Bus Routes 14, 56 and 66 to jobs in Lower Bucks County.
The Market-Frankford Line stretches 13.6 miles and connects to 28 stations!
Bus Revolution has the potential to affect everyone in the region - and we look to include all voices in the creation of this improved network.