transportation

School District must Provide Transportation to Pupil with Two Residences due to Shared Custody Arrangement

Where a child has two residences within a school district due to a shared custody arrangement, the district must provide transportation to both residences, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled in Watts v. Manheim Twp. Sch. Dist.

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SEPTA not Subject to Local Anti-Discrimination Ordinances

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) is not subject to local anti-discrimination ordinances such as the Philadelphia Fair Practices Ordinance, an en banc Commonwealth Court panel ruled in SEPTA v. City of Philadelphia