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‘Pay-by-plate’ parking kiosks continue rollout into Center City, University City

Still haven’t memorized your license plate number? Now’s as good a time as any.

'They can move their cars in Philly': Questions linger about street sweeping

Mayor Jim Kenney has promised to bring street sweeping back to Philadelphia. But what does that mean for cars parked on city streets?

Amid FBI probe, SEPTA shifts employee spending policy

The number of cardholders has been cut back, and spending limitations have been put in place, according to SEPTA.

As a stretch of another city goes car-free, Philly pursues other solutions to congestion

“Right now we are focused on making the existing configuration work better,” city spokesperson Kelly Cofrancisco said.

Mayor Kenney makes pick for long-vacant SEPTA board seat representing Philadelphia

“I’ve been with the mayor for a long time,” said Deborah Mahler, deputy mayor for intergovernmental affairs. “I want to continue to push out his agenda, and this is a priority for him."

When will Camac Street be restored to wood? Maybe 2021.

“The problem is there’s a reason why streets are made out of asphalt or concrete," said Steve Lorenz, chief highway engineer.

The Key card, ‘momentum,’ and funding: SEPTA gives progress report to public as it eyes 2021

Public hearings and a board vote are planned later this spring.

SEPTA’s University City Station to become Penn Medicine Station in $3.3 million deal

"Obviously, this is just a drop in the bucket of what we need, but it allows us to plan and we know that we can count on that money for the next five years," said SEPTA General Manager Leslie Richards.

There's a new SEPTA boss in town. Here's where she stands on buses, congestion, funding, and fares.

“People think I’m in the transportation business; I think that I’m in the people business,” she said.

SEPTA urged to ‘Fix the 15’ as historic trolley line gets bus service starting Sunday

“We know that you love the trolleys,” said SEPTA General Manager Leslie Richards. “I love the trolleys, too.” The plan is to bring them back.