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October 30, 2013

SEPTA, Comcast expand Wi-Fi program

Over the next two years, hot spots will be added at all stations on the Market-Frankford and Broad Street Lines and at several additional locations on the Norristown High Speed Line.


September 26, 2013

SEPTA celebrates completion of reconstructed bus loop

The 33rd and Dauphin Bus Loop Improvement Project, a $4 million initiative funded by a competitive grant from the FTA, resulted in a full makeover of the facility, which is a key part of SEPTA's city bus operations.


September 12, 2013

SEPTA 'doomsday' plan slashes service

Would eliminate 9 of its 13 rail lines and shorten two others, close a subway line, and convert trolley routes to bus lines, if the state doesn't come up with more money for public transit this year.


July 23, 2013

SEPTA sets rail ridership record

Riders took 36,023,000 trips during Fiscal Year 2013. Ridership on SEPTA's 13 regional rail lines increased by 2.2% over the course of the year.


November 1, 2012

SEPTA defends shutdowns for Hurricane

Agency needed to shut down the service temporarily because of public safety concerns as well as for the safety of its employees, GM said.


May 23, 2011

SEPTA debuts $1.1M eco-friendly transit station

The ARRA-funded Fox Chase train station building includes energy-efficient HVAC and lighting systems, and is eligible for a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Silver-designation.


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