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Man struck by SEPTA train in Plymouth Township recovering

April 22, 2014

PLYMOUTH — A man who was struck by a SEPTA train Friday night is recovering from his injuries at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP). According to investigators, the victim was struck on the tracks of the Regional Rail line near Ross Street in Plymouth Township in an apparent suicide attempt. He was…

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SEPTA secures funding for engineering of garage, Madison pedestrian bridge in Lansdale

April 22, 2014

A pedestrian bridge leading to a new SEPTA parking garage behind the Lansdale train station has moved one big step ahead.On April 16, borough Parking Authority Chairman Dan Dunigan announced that SEPTA has agreed to fund the engineering costs of the pedestrian bridge and garage,…

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Nine Charged in Main Line Drug Ring, SEPTA K-9 Crash, West Chester Sex Assaults

April 22, 2014

Montgomery County authorities have filed charges against nine people in connection with the drug trafficking operation focused on distributing drugs to students at five high schools and three colleges on the Main Line. The "Main Line Take Over Project" was run by two former students…

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2 hurt in accident involving SEPTA K-9 unit

April 22, 2014

Two people were injured in a car accident involving a SEPTA K-9 unit Monday night, transit agency officials said. Details on the crash, which occurred shortly before 9 p.m., were…

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SEPTA Improvement Projects For Delaware County Unveiled

April 21, 2014
SEPTA Improvement Projects For Delaware County Unveiled

Initiatives Funded By Act 89 Will Bring Long-Needed Upgrades To Key, But Aging, Infrastructure Throughout The Transit System April 21, 2014 DELAWARE COUNTY, PA - Several long-needed rail infrastructure improvements…

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SEPTA To Hold Public Hearings on Fiscal Year 2015 Annual Service Plan

April 21, 2014

Proposed Changes Aimed At Improving Customer Service & Enhance Operating Efficiency April 21, 2014 PHILADELPHIA, PA - SEPTA would like to invite riders and other local residents to public hearings…

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