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SEPTA adds addiction and mental health specialists as nation debates future of policing

“What this program does ... is truly help people address the issue that’s at the heart of why they’re here. Locking them up and putting them in jail is not addressing their true issue.”

Getting to the polls: Rideshare and Indego offering discounts, free options available

Budget-friendly options available to those planning to drop off their ballots or head to the polls in person include a free “Voter Express” trolley, which debuted Sunday.

Shootings in East Germantown, Juniata Park leave two men dead

Police did not identify either victim. No arrests have been made in either case.

SEPTA indefinitely cutting overnight Market-Frankford, Broad Street Line weekend rail service due to COVID-19

Riders traveling between 12:30 and 5:30 a.m. on the weekends will still be able to get around, but by bus.

Video shows SEPTA officer assaulting protesters with baton during May demonstration

Matthew Sinkiewicz, 36, of Bucks County, faces multiple changes over assaults during a protest May 30 in Philadelphia. He was fired from SEPTA in July.

$5.7M land deal moves SEPTA’s trolley modernization project forward

“I think the big takeaway is that this just shows SEPTA’s commitment to trolley modernization and future economic vitality of the region," said Bob Lund, SEPTA deputy general manager.

Former SEPTA police sergeant charged with assault for alleged violence during Black Lives Matter protests

Matthew Sinkiewicz, 36, was fired in July. The charges against him include two counts each of aggravated assault, simple assault, and recklessly endangering another person.

Fired SEPTA manager collected $21K in false overtime, complaint says

Ryan Kappler, 38, worked for SEPTA since 2014 and was fired by the authority earlier this year.

Only Philadelphians can navigate SEPTA. That’s going to change.

At the least, there could be upgrades to signs and maps. At the most, SEPTA could go so far as to renaming the trolley, Market-Frankford, Broad Street, and Norristown High Speed Lines.

10 shootings across Philadelphia leave two dead, five in critical condition throughout weekend

Four other men are in stable condition, according to Philadelphia police.