Topic : Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority

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SEPTA approves transit police contract

Bus| April 27, 2012
Under the agreement, each of the 210 members of the Fraternal Order of Transit Police will receive a $1,250 bonus immediately and a 12% increase in pay over four years.

SEPTA police end strike

Bus| April 2, 2012
The primary cause of the nine-day strike was a 35-cent-an-hour difference in "certification" pay between the union's demand and SEPTA's offer. Transit police were seeking the pay as a way of getting a slight additional increase beyond the pattern set by the Transport Workers Union contract.
Bus| March 29, 2012

SEPTA police strike, debate on impact continues

Entered its eighth day. Striking police claimed that crimes have increased at SEPTA stations and vehicles during the strike. Agency officials countered that most of those crimes happened at nearby stores.
Bus| March 22, 2012

Police strike hits SEPTA

Reportedly was only given 20 minutes notice of the planned walkout, which was spurred by the inability to come to an agreement over pensions.
Bus| September 15, 2011

Another shooting spurs more calls for SEPTA bus driver protection

Two recent bus driver shootings have prompted the local Transit Workers Union to request Mayor Michael A. Nutter form a task force to find ways to better protest bus operators and other transit employees.
Bus| September 8, 2011

Extra protection urged for SEPTA workers after shooting

Agency and drivers’ union are calling for special legal protection for transit workers after a bus driver was shot and wounded. The recent incident was the 46th assault on a SEPTA employee this year.
August 18, 2011

The State of SEPTA’s 'State of Good Repair'

FTA Administrator Rogoff gets an up-close look at the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority’s infrastructure issues.
Bus| July 7, 2011

SEPTA sells retired bus to first responders for $1

Haverford Township’s Department of Emergency Services will use the bus to help cool and monitor firefighters’ vital signs to prevent exhaustion and heart problems.
Bus| June 14, 2011

SEPTA completes $3.4M bus loop overhaul

The Cheltenham & Ogontz Bus Loop, located at the heart of new retail development and near long-time local businesses in Cheltenham Township and the city of Philadelphia, was renovated to improve safety and traffic flow.
Rail| May 26, 2011

SEPTA engineers oppose vest requirement

Opposing the agency’s security requirement, due to concerns that they will be targets for terrorists. The engineers said they would prefer to wear an identification card on a lanyard around their necks.

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