public transit






In case you missed it, SEPTA announced yesterday 24-hour subway service (as in actual trains, not busses) on the weekend is here to stay. No, seriously. I’m not kidding. And that’s huge. Earlier in the week, we got the biggest look we’ve had in a long time at the new […]

24hr Weekend Subway Service on SEPTA is Huge



Having a bit of fun with mates back at Uni poke fun at Myki reminded me I haven’t shared my full thoughts on the system. Myki is a system I have to use here daily in Melbourne and while it’s not horrible, it far from being an efficient, reliable ticketing […]

Myki Isn’t Horrible, But It Has Plenty Of Room For ...




First Things First Those of you who follow my Twitter feed and/or read The Age last Wednesday (20 November) may already know some of my thoughts on Melbourne’s newest tram, the E-Class, but I realize I haven’t formally shared them in one post. I’d like to change that. First off, in […]

The E-Class is Excellent





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As I’ve mentioned on here before, I’m not one to go without cracking off a joke or two about SEPTA. There are times when you’re riding with a rather, shall we say “interesting”, crowd, reliability varies, especially in the on-time category, and we still use tokens (although those should be on […]

Thoughts on SEPTA